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The Samsung Galaxy S IV could follow your eyes to know when to turn the pages!

After the extinction and the rotation of the screen depending on your eyes, Samsung could go further on the Galaxy S IV!

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The Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced on March 14 during a conference in New York city. The phone is highly anticipated sequel to the hugely successful Galaxy S III. According to some internal information, the Korean would hope even sell 100 million! Face the competition reinvigorated with the HTC One or Sony Xperia Z, will Samsung sweep once again the competition?

Regarding the rumors, the latest are moving on a screen of 4.99-inches with a FullHD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). He would use the Samsung Exynos 5410 4+4 processor clocked at 1.8 GHz, supported by a graphics chip PowerVR SGX 544 MP, 2 GB of RAM and 16-64 GB of internal memory. All turn out Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).

But who says Samsung says of course TouchWiz and who says Galaxy S IV said necessarily Nature UX. Introduced into the Galaxy S III, the overlay from Samsung has evolved to give way to the sounds of water and whatnot (gestures, eye tracking, Voice S …). Also rumored to the Korean would have pushed the vice even further with natural sounds galore on its new flagship model.

The Galaxy S III introduced a handy feature: detect whether or not the user was reading the screen. If this were the case, the automatic extinguishing was temporarily disabled until the front camera detects again (or not) the presence of the user. On the Galaxy Note II, Samsung has introduced the intelligent rotation used to change the screen orientation depending on the user’s face.

According to the New York Times, Samsung would go further with the Galaxy S IV: Eye Scrolling. The phone would use once more the front camera, but this time to determine whether or not to scroll the screen. Eg, reading an article while having his eyes directed towards the bottom of the screen, the phone itself would understand you want to read the following paragraphs.

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The information given by an employee of Samsung on condition of anonymity seems quite credible because in January Samsung has filed a patent application in Europe about this and last month in the United States. At the same time, Samsung introduced “Eye Pause” without revealing further details. We believe that this feature could be useful when you fix the screen such as watching a movie. Imagine that this time someone calls you (in reality), your eyes would be turned away. The phone would automatically pause the movie, but it is a guess.

Now that the competitors are moving to phones match the price of their high-end in terms of material, Samsung could differentiate a little more in the software side. This is also confirmed what Kevin Packingham said, technical director of the brand, indicating that new hardware was insignificant and unimportant face of the new TouchWiz.

To conclude, we let you see or review the first teasing video of the Samsung Galaxy S IV:

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