Eye scrolling is reportedly set to be one of the features of Samsung's new Galaxy S IV flagship smartphone.
The handset will follow eye movements, meaning pages will automatically scroll down once a user reaches the end of the page, according to an article in The New York Times. In January, the Korean phone giant filed a trademark for the name 'Eye Scroll' in the UK and for 'Samsung Eye Scroll' in the US in February.
If the report is true, it will be an evolution of the Smart Stay technology used in the Samsung Galaxy S III, where the screen stays on for as long as the user is looking at it.
The long-awaited Galaxy S IV will be launched in New York on 14 March in one of the biggest, and most eagerly anticipated, phone announcements ever.
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