Samsung Galaxy S4, what we know so far…

Speculations regarding the most anticipated phone of the year are flying left and right – the Samsung Galaxy S4.
With its huge success with its Galaxy S series, selling over 100 million devices, Samsung is preparing a new launch for the Samsung Galaxy S4 this spring. When? Most likely during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (MWC) or in a separate event this spring. One thing for sure is that the successor of the Galaxy S3 will blow minds once again.

So what do we know so far? Here’s a summary of most rumors floating around so far but that seem pretty accurate.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 will feature a 5-inch touchscreen, powered by an 1.8GHz 8- core Exynos Octa 5 processor with 2GB of RAM and with either 16GB, 32GB, 64GB or even maybe 128GB just like Apple’s iPad latest version.

Also, the S4 will come with a 13-megapixel rear camera as well as a 2-megapixel front camera. Charging the Galaxy S4 should become a breeze thanks to wireless charging.

Software wise, the Galaxy S4 is rumored to come with either the latest version of Jelly Bean or even the latest Android version, that is Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie.


Now, most notable rumors are that the Galaxy S4 may come with Samsung’s famous S Pen introduced with the Galaxy Note line-up. This stylus will be similar to the one available in the Note series and will allow users to use their smartphones in a new way.
Amongst all rumors, the newly trademarked “Eye Scroll” and “Eye Pause” are the most innovative features the Samsung Galaxy S4 could have. Just like the current Smart Stay feature, the “Eye Scroll” and “Eye Pause” feature will be controlled by the operators eye. Currently, the Smart Stay feature detects when the users is looking at the screen and prevents it from turning off. Similarly, as its name implies, the “Eye Scroll” and “Eye Pause” should allow you to control the scrolling or pausing of a webpage just by blinking your eye.

As stated before, all these are speculations, and nothing is for sure, aside from the fact that the next Samsung Galaxy S should once again be a real hit.