Posted by Faryaab S. 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy S IV: Screenshots leak, confirm Smart Scroll and Smart Pause (UPDATE)


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We of SamMobile have just received some screenshots of the Galaxy S IV. These screenshots mainly confirm that Samsung’s next generation Galaxy S will indeed have the much hyped Smart Scroll and Smart Pause features. The screenshots also confirm that the Galaxy S IV will feature a Full HD 1080p panel. It also looks like that Samsung is keeping some UI elements from the Galaxy S III but we are looking forward to see Samsung’s upcoming Nature UX 2.0.

We will soon know all about the device as Samsung is going to officially announce the Galaxy S IV on 14th of March in New York, USA.

UPDATE: We have just found out that these images are actually from the Android 4.2.1 leaked firmware for Galaxy S III and we were given the wrong information by the tipper. Though, The Galaxy S IV will indeed have these features as confirmed by our insider.

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19 comments on “Samsung Galaxy S IV: Screenshots leak, confirm Smart Scroll and Smart Pause (UPDATE)

  1. ikundan 1 year ago said:

    Hope all this features comes up wid android 4.2.1 :)

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    • Dellboi32 1 year ago said:

      I think they will, dont see Samsung releasing a 4.1.3..it most definitely should be 4.2.1…I’m sure the galaxy S3 will receive this feature with 4.2.1 when it is released…:D

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  2. ryarrell 1 year ago said:

    I can’t wait till the Galaxy S4. It will tell me so much about the upcoming Galaxy Note 3.

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  3. monish0106 1 year ago said:

    Hope vil able to see the real pics of s4 b4 14th march…

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  4. karoafriyie 1 year ago said:

    and people still buy iphone unbelievable

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  5. ChrisJ 1 year ago said:

    So, how can the phone on the screen have a network connection (except Wi-Fi) without a sim-card inserted?

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    • demlasjr 1 year ago said:

      @ChrisJ: What do you mean ? That’s wifi in screenshots

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      • ChrisJ 1 year ago said:

        Well, right next to the Wi-Fi symbol is the network connection signal strength.
        As the symbol to the left on the status bar implies, there’s no sim-card inserted so there shouldn’t be any network connection except for Wi-Fi.

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        • admin 1 year ago said:

          Looks to me like the SIM is inserted (but no code provided/locked) and thus WiFi is used :)

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          • alisaidsayed 1 year ago said:

            hey guys the singnal shwan is 4 emergency call

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          • demlasjr 1 year ago said:

            Yup…that’s the only explanation. No PIN number inserted and/or emergency signal bar. I don’t think that they would fake those pages, because has been confirmed time ago.

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  6. karawi 1 year ago said:

    the leaked firmware does only have “smart stay” and “smart rotation”, but no smart scroll nor smart pause. so these screen shots do belong to an s3 with XXUFMB3.

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  7. karawi 1 year ago said:

    I’ve flashed the leaked firmware and I’m running it right now and it has only smart stay and smart rotation. no smart scroll, no smart pause.

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  8. msri3here 1 year ago said:

    on XXUFMB3, pull down the notification bar with 2 fingers and long press on Smart Stay. VOILA!!!

    But sadly, none of them work.

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  9. krima1995 1 year ago said:

    I Couldn’t Talk ! :D

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  10. hyera 1 year ago said:

    I stared and try to test that 2 new features. Nearly got sore eye but not work… :D

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  11. dello 1 year ago said:

    hopefully we do not look like stupid if we use smart scroll^^

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