Ever wondered if the Samsung Galaxy S4 will sport eye scrolling tech, which is software that detects eye movement when looking at things such as web pages and photos? If a report is to be believed, the feature is confirmed to be on board Samsung’s next flagship, which was leaked from the Galaxy S3’s firmware update.
The report comes to us from SamMobile. The site initially reports, “We of SamMobile have just received some screenshots of the Galaxy S IV. These screenshots mainly confirm that Samsung’s next generation Galaxy S will indeed have the much hyped Smart Scroll and Smart Pause features. The screenshots also confirm that the Galaxy S IV will feature a Full HD 1080p panel. It also looks like that Samsung is keeping some UI elements from the Galaxy S III but we are looking forward to see Samsung’s upcoming Nature UX 2.0.”
In an update, it says, “We have just found out that these images are actually from the Android 4.2.1 leaked firmware for Galaxy S III and we were given the wrong information by the tipper. Though, The Galaxy S IV will indeed have these features as confirmed by our insider.”
Of course, since Samsung is yet to confirm these reports, take it with a grain of salt. However, SamMobile is known for leaking accurate information about upcoming Samsung devices, so don’t count them out just yet.
Anyway, we’ll get to know if the rumours are true, once Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy S4 in New York on the 14th of March next week.
Want to know more about the Samsung Galaxy S4? We’ll keep you posted once we have more.