It looks like the headline-grabbing Smart Stay feature of the Samsung Galaxy S III will be taken even further in its successor. According to a New York Times report, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S IV will have eye scrolling on the list of its software tricks.
The word on the Samsung Galaxy S IV's software talent is reportedly coming from an anonymous Samsung employee who has had the pleasure of trying the handset out. Samsung's trademarking the terms EyeScroll and Samsung EyeScroll in the EU and the United States points at such feature as well.
The Samsung Galaxy S IV will break cover on March 14 in NYC. We will be reporting live from the unveiling, so be sure to tune in for the full scoop on the upcoming Android beast.
eye scrolling on the gs4 is garbage and Is a gimmick. The only feature that actually works are the air gestures and hand motions. everything else is a gimmick. its an overall good phone though.
I think that it's great for world of cellphones or phablets what do you think?
That must be one of the fastest eye scroller to track down your eye movements! That spells out chaos!!!