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Samsung Galaxy S 4: Visual Tour

Samsung's new Galaxy S 4 smartphone offers unique features to challenge Apple's iPhone. Take a closer look.
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Many other new functions available in the S4 can be toggled individually. Smart Scroll and Smart Pause use eye-tracking functions to automatically scroll content or pause playback of video (for instance, when you look away from the screen).

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