Samsung Galaxy S IV screenshots support Smart scroll rumors, add Smart pause


Rumours  said that Samsung-Galaxy-S-IV- will be having “Smart Scroll” feature  uncovered by SamMobile.

As seen in the screenshots leaked by Sammobile, users can adjust the speed and acceleration of the scrolling based on how their eyes and head move up and down. They can also select which applications can tap into Smart Scroll.

Now, new screen shots show options to adjust the acceleration of eye-controlled scrolling, as well as a choice of which apps to allow Smart Scroll eye-tracking to work within, with he S4’s out-of-the-box web browser and email clients listed, alongside Gmail and the Chrome browser. There’s also mention of a Smart Pause feature that would pause a video clip if you look away from the screen.


Sammobile isn’t the only site claiming to have exclusive access to screenshots of upcoming Samsung ROMs. The difference is GSM-Israel isn’t claiming to have a GS III update, it believes it has legit screenshots from the Galaxy S IV. There are some notable differences between the two sets of images, implying they’re from different devices. The specs betrayed by the various settings apps are right in line with what we’re expecting: 1080p screen, quad-core CPU, 13-megapixel camera, etc.


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