Samsung's unpacking event on March 14 will unleash a Galaxy S4 that flashes the most advanced camera features to date plus a host of other specs that we mostly heard about, new reports said.
It is a given that the new flagship from Samsung will have a top-notch 13MP main snapper yet according to The New York Times, the South Korean firm also paid equal attention to the S4's front cam attributes, making sure that it will deliver fresh functionality.
Fresh to Samsung means higher intelligence and that's exactly how the Galaxy S4's front cam will reportedly behave - intelligent enough to detect a human eyeball and respond accordingly to what that pair of eyes wishes to do.
So consumers grabbing the S4 next month will find it most useful when they read a document - they never have to flip or scroll down the page, the phone will most gladly do that for them.
Eye-tracking capability is bundled with the upcoming Samsung smartphone, the same report said, which will mostly eliminate the need to touch the device when users need to scan the page they read.
Should this innovative feature materialised, it would complement the touch-free gesture manipulation that earlier reports said will come rolling out with the new Galaxy S4. It was a technology first showcased by Sony via an Xperia handset in 2011 and apparently Samsung has perfected it.
Now, the company is adding more wow factor to the S4 - an eye-sensitive controller that offers more possibilities similar to the voice command features we see today. Imagine the S4 and its future versions performing tasks merely predicting the sentiments emitted by the human eye.
We can look forward to Samsung phone releases in the years ahead, in which touchscreen functions are largely buried deep in our consciousness, that's because the device follows our bidding on mere gesture suggestions.
Why not indeed, considering that the S4 we will get to see next week is on the top of its game: a powerful and energy efficient Exynos CPU clocking at a speed of 1.8GHz, a 5-inch Full HD 1080p display and the latest Android JellyBean from Google plus of course the rear cam shooter that packs the highest sensor chip possible this year. Note that these rumoured specs were provided by an AnTuTu benchmark result.
And we can expect more fantastic speculations to come before the D-Day in New York. Or we can actually expect Samsung to consistently develop its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series to increasingly become the extensions of human functions - giving us gadgets that read the human mind and intelligently act with gusto.
Let's see what Jeremy, the Secret Messenger, has in store for us a few days from now.
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