Despite a number of leaks we’re really still not positive what the Galaxy S IV will look like. Today, however, we might have a glimpse at what the internal software will offer on the AT&T model of the phone.
Here’s what we do know: the phone is very likely to offer Android 4.1.x Jelly Bean and Samsung’s custom TouchWiz (Nature UX) user interface. If these images are legitimate, we can see that the icons may have changed just a hair — the camera icon looks like it has a larger lens than it does on the Galaxy Note II I’m comparing it to, for example — and there are new menu options.
AndroidCentral dug through the menus and noticed a “smart scroll feature” that would confirm the reports that we’ll be able to use our eyes to scroll through web sites and other pages. The function says it will “start to scroll automatically if the device detects that you are looking at the screen.” It sounds like Samsung is using its existing Smart Stay software — which keeps the screen on while you’re looking at it — for other purposes, but we’ll have to see.
Finally, the system page confirms rumored specs of a full 1080p display, a 5-inch screen, a 13-megapixel camera and a 1.7GHz quad-core processor. TechnoBuffalo will be in attendance at Samsung’s press conference on March 14, so stay tuned for more information.