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When Samsung last year launched Galaxy S3, it was full of new and fascinating features. One of them was Smart stay, the feature which detected the user's eye retina through front camera if it's on the phone, the back lights remained otherwise not. Samsung is now working upon similar features to it, but different functions.


These features eye scroll and eye pause, as the name suggests the features will allow the users to scroll and pause anything running mobile through its eye, isn't it sounds fascinating? You might also be wondering when phone of these features would appear in the market? Well, this is a question we are after too. But, at the moment we can say it will probably this year, according to the reports. A prediction is also made on it that it might be Galaxy S4 which might have these features.


source: SamsunggalaxyS4



Several screen shots came out of SamMobile that "confirm" Smart Pause and Smart Scroll capabilities for the S IV. However, quite a few are suspicious about the screen shots with the way the items were written. For all we know, it could also be a poster with the S IV display screen used as a background. Some really observant individuals even noticed that some of the items had period (.), while some did not.


With only a week to go before S IV's formal launch, a lot has been coming out about the phone that needs careful judgment to ensure that the information is true. With all the gossip-mongers in the mobile industry, one can have a totally different set of information and believe them to be true-even if they are not.


The Galaxy S IV is indeed built with lots of refreshing and ground-breaking features such as those that allow the device to sense the movement of the user's eyes to Pause and/or Scroll. Really cool, but it will be way cooler if information will come directly from Samsung. Eight days left!



Source: Sammobile


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