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Samsung Galaxy S4 leaked on Internet

Screenshots, which have been claimed to be of Samsung's new smartphone Galaxy S4, have been reportedly leaked on the Internet.

By:ANI
| Updated on: Mar 09 2013, 18:42 IST

Screenshots, which have been claimed to be of Samsung's new smartphone Galaxy S4, have been reportedly leaked on the Internet.


The alleged screenshots, which have been released by GSM Israel, have apparently shown the Quick System Info PRO application running on the Galaxy S4, along with specifications like a 5-inch 1080 x 1920 display with a 480ppi pixel density, the Telegraph reports.

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According to reports, the new Galaxy S model is expected to feature a higher-resolution display and camera than its predecessor, as well as a faster quad-core processor.

The phone is also reported to have a feature that will follows the user's eyes as he/she reads down the screen and will then scroll to the next page automatically.

Earlier this year, Samsung made trademark applications for the names 'Eye Scroll' and 'Samsung Eye Scroll', suggesting in the documents it filed that the feature could be used for smartphones, tablets and digital cameras, the report added.

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First Published Date: 08 Mar, 14:56 IST
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