Well, let’s just call this an evolution and not a revolution from it predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S3. Although the new Galaxy S4 is lighter, thinner, and flatter, and the screen is larger, it stills has a similar feel to the Galaxy S3. It is available in a frosty white and the traditional black, with 64gb of Ram, and Android’s latest 4.2.2 Jelly Bean processor.
The 1080p HD display is one of many upgrades, It’s equipped with for Air View, which allows you to trace your finger in front of the screen, and preview pictures and web pages without having to actually open any.
Its new Eye Tracking system actually uses the camera to watch you and know when you look away from the screen, pausing movies or video streams for you until you look back. With the treasure chest of new gesture features added to your hand held phone, it is going to be interesting to see what competitors come up with to keep pace.
We are still unsure about how these features and specifically if wireless charging is going to be effective but it feels that we are headed in the right direction.
I’m sure some of you geniuses have plenty to say on the user interaction…