We already know that Samsung introduced Smart Stay feature in Galaxy S3 which tracks your eye movement using the front camera and keeps the screen on as long as you are looking at it but now Samsung is taking this thing to a whole new level.
According to The New York Times, Galaxy S4 will utilize this eye tracking technology and use it in web pages so that users can scroll through the web pages with their eye movements. When the users will reach the end of the page the software will automatically scroll down to reveal the next few paragraphs of the page.
This news actually came from a Samsung employee who had the golden opportunity to try out the Galaxy S4 and spoke with NYT on condition of anonymity. In January, Samsung filed for a trademark in Europe with the name of “Eye Scroll” and it seems that now is the right time to make full use of this technology in its next flagship device.
Earlier there were reports that the S4 will be launched in a total of 6 models based on colour and storage options. Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy S4 on March 14 in New York.