Cases for Samsung Galaxy S IV spotted at CeBIT

Cases for Samsung Galaxy S IV spotted at CeBIT
At CeBIT 2013 in Germany, it appears that some cases were on display for the Samsung Galaxy S IV. A video shows off the differences in design between the current Samsung Galaxy S III and the upcoming Galaxy S IV. The latter has more squared off corners as opposed to the wide rounded ones on the current flagship Android smartphone.

Considering that Samsung took design cues from the Galaxy S III for the Samsung GALAXY Note II, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and other models, it should be interesting to see if the Korean manufacturer follows suit with the expected new design of the Samsung Galaxy S IV. We will see the new handset on March 14th when the Samsung Galaxy S IV gets introduced in New York City. During the festivities, Samsung is expected to show off the phone's Smart Scroll which uses eye movement to scroll content on the screen.

Other features leaked thanks to screenshots of the device include Smart Pause, which pauses videos if the front-facing camera notices that the user is not watching. Also using the front-facing camera is Smart Rotation, which is already on the Samsung GALAXY Note II, and changes the orientation of the screen by tracking your angle of sight.

source: AndroidAuthority

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