More footage of what appears to be Samsung’s Galaxy S IV smartphone has turned up, from the same source as the video found earlier this week.
The four new videos from YouTube user istephencom, embedded below, show several features of the apparent smartphone. The first demonstrates a floating touch function that lets users select or preview items without touching the surface of the phone’s touchscreen. The second shows off sort-of-functioning gesture control for web pages as well as an icon that is supposedly related to Samsung’s eye-tracking feature.
The third and fourth videos demonstrate SmartPause, a feature similar to LG’s Smart Video which was announced recently, and the unlock screen for the phone respectively.
If these videos are accurate then about the only thing Samsung has to confirm this evening is the hardware that the Galaxy S IV will be packing.