Samsung’s PR sent out some invites to the launch of its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S IV, last week and we were lucky to cop one. Here’s what we know so far: A huge celebrity will be performing at Radio City Music Hall on the 14, the day the phone hits New York.
The Galaxy S IV isn’t exactly anticipated but it will be adored for these features: a big screeen with Gorilla Glass, a big processor, a big camera, big storage, big, big, big. Seriously: have you seen Samsung’s phones lately? They make every other phone look like midgets. Once you go Samsung, you can’t go back.
So here’s what you came here for: specs. See below.
The Galaxy S IV features an Exynos Octa 5410 CPU clocked at 1.8GHz
PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU
2GB of RAM
16, 32, 64 gigabytes of internal storage
4.99″ Full HD (1920×1080) display
A 13 Megapixel Camera.
Android 4.2 out of the box.
The menu, back and home buttons, like its predecessors stays the same. Oh: its also a world phone: GSM/WDCMA/LTE oh my!
And get this: you will be able to scroll content on the phone by using your eyes.
That’s right: Samsung’s next smartphone will be able to track a user’s eyes and scroll articles and other types of content based on where they’re focused, a source who works for Samsung said. If a user was reading a web page and hit the bottom, the device could automatically scroll more content up into view. There’s no guarantee it will be demoed on stage, according to a NY Times article, but the Samsung should be showing off more new software features, instead of demoing hardware advancements.
We know this how? In the voice of Timmy Turner from Fairly Odd Parents: