Samsung has been leaking out of every nook and cranny of late and the latest comes in the form of Galaxy S IV screenshots from GSM Israel, a usually reliable source. The screenshots reveal multiple features rumored for the S IV including eye and face tracking systems that had been reported previously.
Samsung’s menu styling for the S IV seems much the same as the S III with menus looking distinctly bland and “budget”, where the real news comes however, is with menus showing the option to enable or disable Smart Stay, Rotation, Pause and Scroll features that use the camera to track the position of eyes and carry out tasks such as auto scroll, rotation and disabling the auto lock feature when you are looking at the screen. All features that could cause frustration among less tech savvy customers who can’t think why their phone keeps randomly scrolling or rotating without them doing anything. For everyone else however, disabling auto lock in particular could be very useful.