So far, as we know about the next generation of Samsung Galaxy flagship, the Galaxy S IV would be officially unveiled on March 14th in New York City. Now, right at the edge of the very upcoming unveiling event of this new Galaxy S smartphone, a new report from The New York Times claims Samsung's next flagship handset will track users' eyes to automatically scroll content – the known Eye-Tracking technology.
The Eye-Tracking technology will track a user's eyes to determine where to scroll when viewing content such as a website. When people are reading content on website with Galaxy S IV and their eyes reach the bottom of the screen, the Galaxy S IV will reportedly automatically scroll down the page, allowing the user to view more content without needing to touch the display.
As for other features of Galaxy S IV, there would be an eight-core Exynox processor along with a separate eight-core graphics processor, 2GB RAM, 13MP rear camera and 2MP front camera, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS. As for the screen display, there also appear changes in material. The long reported SuperAMOLED screen is rumored to be replaced by LED screen display due to the shortage of material. The screen size is 4.99-inch.