A few days ago there was only a rumor that the Samsung Galaxy s4 It could be controlled with eye movement, in fact, screenshots of the device have even appeared that reveal that it will indeed be the case. However, new screenshots of the same function have appeared but from a different device, the Samsung Galaxy s3, revealing that the company’s current flagship, which will soon take a back seat, could also be controlled by eye movement. This function would arrive active with the new version Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.
SamMobile was the one who filtered the captures of the settings of the Smart screen and Smart scroll functions, which are the ones that allow us to configure each of the parameters to control the smartphone with the movement of our eyes. These captures, which were initially thought to belong to the new Samsung Galaxy s4Finally, they seem to belong to the Samsung Galaxy S3, meaning that the current flagship will also have this new feature, which is nothing more than an evolution of what was Smart stay. This system allowed to turn off the screen to save energy when it detected that our eyes were not looking at the screen. Now, the device will be able to perform many more actions based on the movement of our eyes and head, such as scrolling through text, pausing a video, or even rotating the screen to fit the viewing angle instead of just to the tilt of the head.
We do not know exactly when it will be available, but these new features would come hand in hand with the new update to Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. We can hope it doesn’t arrive before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which will take place on March 14, Thursday of next week. However, it is most likely that this new flagship will arrive with Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean, and that the Galaxy S3 does not take too long to update, so it could be a matter of days, or weeks in the worst case. , that we can see the new update for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
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