Samsung Galaxy S IV is reported to have 5-inch screen, eye-tracking capabilities
More reports are coming in before Samsung’s big reveal of the ‘Samsung Galaxy S 4’ just one day before the scheduled event is set to take place. Bloomberg is reporting to have a few details regarding the highly anticipated phone.
The official launch of the ‘Samsung Galaxy S 4’ will happen tomorrow in a press-event located in New York City. According to Bloomberg’s sources, the site has reported that the new flagship phone will come with a 5-inch screen and a new quad-core Qualcomm processor for United States customers. In other regions it is being reported that the phone will come with a Samsung manufactured 8-core Octa chip.
Other details include a 13-megapixel rear camera for photos, adding 5-megapixels to the current Galaxy S III version. A 1080p screen will come with the phone, which is rapidly becoming the industry-standard. One of the new details released today focuses on the ‘eye-tracking’ software that was reported by the New York Times. In that report it was stated that the eye-tracking software would automatically scroll the screen as readers continued through an article. Now it appears that the technology would be used more like a pause button at first, stopping video playback when the user is no longer actively looking at the screen. All of the mysteries will be reveled tomorrow, during the official announcement.