Samsung has unveiled its latest offering in the smartphone world with the Samsung Galaxy S4 – along with a new version of its Music Hub.
Set to be rolled out at the end of April, the Galaxy S4 sports a five inch screen that can be controlled, to a degree, with the user’s eye movements.
Smart Pause will automatically pause a video when the user looks away, while Smart Scroll also takes into account both eye and wrist movement.
The phone also sports a rear-facing camera boasting 13 megapixels with a front-facing 2 megapixel camera.
It weights 130g and is 7.9mm thick and provides a resolution of 441 pixels-per-inch using Samsung’s HD AMOLED screen.
The phone offers a number of new music additions including Group Play and Share Music features. The former allows people to share, play and co-create content while the latter enables users to have the same song play on multiple phones in sync.
Meanwhile, the latest version of Samsung’s Music Hub updating the usual clutch of cloud, download and streaming services.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 sold over 40 million units worldwide.