The latest mobile rumor: Samsung Galaxy S4 Eye Scroll Tracking feature might be real. An inside anonymous source from Samsung told The New York Times this new sci-fi feature will help the Galaxy S4 owners to read an article without touching the screen by detecting the movement of their eyes and scrolling up and down.
It appears that Samsung planned to use this technology on the Galaxy S4, since the previous model Galaxy S3 used a similar technology called Smart Stay. This feature kept the smarphone’s light on or dim based on where the user was looking. If the user was looking at the display the light was kept on, if not it was dim.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 Eye Scroll Tracking Rumor is also supported by the fact that Samsung owns a trademark for these syntagms: “Eye Pause” and “Samsung Eye Scroll”. The Eye Pause feature is believed to pause a video clip when you stop looking at the screen.
The Galaxy S4 will be released this month on 14th, during an event in New York City.
The smartphone will be available in three versions: 16 GB, 32 GB and 64GB in memory. It will run Android 4.2.2 a.k.a. Jelly Bean, a faster quad-core processor, a 1080p resolution from its 4.99-inch screen.
Will feature two powerful cameras: a 13-megapixel back camera and a 2-megapixel front one.
Recently, the company reported over 100 million Galaxy S smartphones sold worldwide.
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