When the Samsung Galaxy S4 debuts on March 14, it will broaden the eye-tracking feature of the S3. The much anticipated smartphone will get a new “eye scrolling” feature, said The New York Times.
The phone’s camera will track your eye movements to see when to scroll down a page as you are reading, so you don’t have to touch the screen. In the current S3, the phone tracks your eyes to determine when to go into sleep mode.
The S4 is expected to receive an extravagant debut from Samsung. The phone is now enjoying some of the pre-release hype associated with a new iPhone release. A press event at Radio City Music Hall next Thursday will be broadcast live from Times Square starting at 7pm Eastern.
Samsung also released a teaser video (with zero clues about the phone):