Control Galaxy SIV via floating touch

There is only a week left for official Galaxy SIV release. Fourth generation Galaxy S phone will have innovative features, you can also control Galaxy SIV via floating touch.

Control Galaxy SIV via floating touchYou have already seen with air view gesture feature within Galaxy Note II, feature that can be done with S pen. The floating touch within Galaxy SIV can be performed through fingers.

Control Galaxy SIV via floating touch

One you move your fingers near to Galaxy SIV screen it detects the presence through the electrical field created by the fingers. The sensors associated with Galaxy SIV screen can make it possible, it helps to make inputting more easier.

Other than the floating touch Galaxy SIV also featured with Smart pause and eye tracking technologies. The eye tracking within the phone helps to scroll out the web pages according to your sight directions. Not only the webpages but also the messages, mails everything can be read out and access via simple eye directions. This system helps to get into any direction of the page without having the manual approach.

The smart pause within Samsung Galaxy SIV stays the videos at still mode whenever we taking out our eyes from the screen. It helps us to stay within the desired contents. The phone can identifies the eye position and it is get into idle mode when you stay away from the screen.

The phone will have a 5 inch full-HD super AMOLED display. It has a screen resolutions of 1920*1080px. The 441ppi pixel density makes the display crisper and sharper. It is powered by home grown eight-core Exynos 5 Octa processor. The combination of two four core processor makes the phone as a lightning speed machine.

It is available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB internal storage format. The phone also has a RAM support of 2GB. Galaxy SIV runs on android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It is the most advanced version of android operating system. It offers a secured and smoother performance.

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