Here’s a quick demo of Galaxy S8 hyperlapse/timelapse camera mode. It defaults to 1080P so I upscaled it to 1440P since YouTube compression is horrible, try to watch in 1440P.
If you want to make a high quality 4K timelapse on your Android smartphone, you will definitely want to use the Camera FV-5 as it comes with intervalometer (that automatically takes photos for the interval you set). There are apps that make timelapse videos for you but the quality you get out of them will be nowhere near doing it this way by taking our photos then post-process them with desktop software Adobe Effects. And if your Android smartphone supports RAW images (like LG G4, OnePlus One, Nexus 5/6), you will have more control over your images in your final edit, even remove noise from low-light shots.
When Amazon Echo arrived on my doorsteps the day before my vacation to Asia, I decided to take it with me so I can do an unboxing video. After thinking awhile about making a creative unboxing video, I had stumbled upon timelapse/stop-motion videos. Well, this is my first stop-motion unboxing video and I hope you guys like it!