Samsung’s much anticipated Galaxy S IV is set to be unveiled in New York on March 14th with the announcement of the new technology allowing webpages to move with the movement of the users eyes expected at the unveling event.
‘The phone will track a user’s eyes to determine where to scroll’, a Samsung employee told the New York Times.
The new technology is the latest attempt by Samsung to overtake Apple’s iPhone as the top mobile handset in the world.
During the first two months of 2013 Samsung have been applying for patents and trademarks in both Europe and the U.S. refering to eye scroll; leaked information reportedly from a Samsung employee states the technology will be announced as included on the new Galaxy S IV. The handset will be available in sizes from 16GB to 64GB and is expected to be included on other new Samsung products, such as tablets and smartphones.