Galaxy S IV to feature Smart scroll and Smart pause
Just a few days ago the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV was rumored to be using advanced eye-tracking features like Eye Scroll and Eye Pause, as the phone can apparently figure out which part of the screen the user is looking at and automatically scroll the displayed content.
Today, several screenshots brought further evidence that the Samsung Galaxy S IV will indeed come with both of these features on board. Sporting a 1080p resolution, the screenshots also confirm the screen resolution rumors.
Smart scroll now joins the list of Smart screen features, will also use the front-facing camera to track your gaze and will start scrolling automatically when it detects that you are looking at the screen. The stock web browser, Chrome, Gmail and the Email client should be among the apps compatible with the feature, and there will also be a way of adjusting the speed at which Smart scroll will be scrolling through pages.
The second new intelligent option is Smart pause, a simpler but very useful feature which pauses video playback when you look away from your phone. This will probably come in handy when watching videos. Another intelligent feature is Smart rotation, which will rotate the screen depending on your angle of sight.
We’ll definitely learn more about these and other interesting features when the Galaxy S IV makes its official debut on March 14.
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