Samsung Galaxy S4 is allover the technology sphere. Someone is discussing its design and other one is talking about its software.
The flow of information gets momentum after it has been consistently covered by big names like Daily Mail, The Verge, CNET and others regarding its release date, which is most probably be on March 14.
Regarding its software we have got some hint that it may come with Samsung’s latest User Interface, Nature UX 2.0.
According to a report of GottaBeMobile, Samsung is likely to use its own skin for Galaxy S4, the smartphone that has thrilled the tech world.
Keeping in view of tough competition from Apple’s iPhone Series, HTC’s One series and Sony’s Xperia Series, its unlikely that Samsung will get satisfied to launch its flagship smartphone with Nature UX, so far the lastest version of UI from the Korean tech giant.
The GottaBeMobile says “It’s unclear though whether the software will be the Nature UX that’s already out or if Samsung will deliver Nature UX 2.0. We imagine that at the very least, there will be some new features, a few of which have been rumored already.”
One of the most discussed feature in Samsung’s TouchWiz Nature UX User Interface is its Eye Tracking Technology.
A report of The News Tribe has already discussed Eye Pause and Eye Scroll Features, which would be the part of Eye Tracking Technology, in detail.
This technology will let users to use their smartphone with their eye movement like if you are playing a game and for whatever reason you have to see somewhere else than the screen would automatically pause. Samsung has also filed a patent in Europe to register the technology for its tablets and smartphones.
What other interesting feature Samsung will introduce with its upcoming Galaxy S4 is the question arising in our minds and answer is kept silently by Samsung.