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Samsung Galaxy SIV Rumored will have a Floating Touch Display, Runs with Android 4.2 and will Come with a Set of Cool Features

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy SIV is the most anticipated event this year. even news about this device is dominated recent weeks. Approaching on March 14, which many people believed to be the date of announcement of this smartphone, there are more and more rumors.

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The latest rumor released by sammobile.com said that SGIV will come with floating touch display. So, what's the meaning?? Yeah, this feature will allow you to be able to write emails or access anything on the screen without actually your finger touch the screen. You just simply hovering your fingr over them. Another rumor said this technology as touch less gesture screen. It's unclear which will be used in the Galaxy SIV until the device is officially released.

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Blogs that focus with Samsung is also said that SGIV will come with a screen made from a new material called a new "green PHOLED" similar to AMOLED displays available today. So what's the difference? by bussinessinsider.com mentioned that the new display uses a green-yellow color that will make it 25% more efficient in battery consumption compared to other AMOLED screens available today.

Another cool thing that is discussed is the support of eye tracking technology, as reported by the New York Times. These technologies will support the use of cool features that may be pinned by Samsung in the smartphone such as smart scroll, smart pause, smart rotation and stay smart. These features will allow smartphone users to adjust the screen accordingly. Sources these features are derived from the screenshots leaked indicating that the firmware for the Galaxy S III which will update this smartphone to the newest version of Android OS, Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.

From the site csmonitor.com mentioned that Galaxy SIV will be supported by eight-core Samsung Exynos Octa processor, 16/32/64GB internal storage, 2 GB RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, run with Android 4.2.1, enhanched Samsung's TouchWiz Nature UX version 2.0 and Samsung Orb -Photosphere-like function-.

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From the rumors mentioned that one model will be headed for North America, while the other models will heades for europe and others regions. Pair of teaser ads suggests that this smartphone will be available in a bunch of color. So, do you have determined to put this smartphone to your purchase list or not? Told me by write them on the comment below :)

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