With less than 10 days to Samsung's Galaxy S4
conference launch in New York it should be no surprise that rumours and leaks are hitting the news on a daily basis.
The latest leaks suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S4 will be the largest in the range with possibly a 5-inch Super AMOLED Full HD touchscreen. The camera is predicted to be 13 megapixels with autofocus, LED flash and a resolution of 4128x3096 pixels.
Several memory versions will be available from 16GB to 64GB and there will be a 2GB RAM. The operating system is likely to be Google's Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
There probably isn't a lot reported here that will excite but a new rumour of eye-tracking features will definitely grab attention if it turns out to be true. Samsung has just filed a trademark in Europe for the name 'Eye Scroll'.
A Samsung insider has suggested that Samsung's Eye Scroll will track the users retina and as they gaze towards the end of a page of text the software will automatically scroll down the page.
I certainly have my fingers crossed that Eye Scroll is featured as this could well be my choice of next phone. Would this latest smartphone feature put you in the queue for a Galaxy S IV? Join the conversation on Google+
Author: Carmel Brown