No, really, the latest in smartphone technology - the Samsung Galaxy S IV - will have you rolling your eyeballs. That is because this piece of breakthrough technology responds to your eye and hand gestures and will scroll its screen as you look or wave. You can see the introduction of the new phone in the slideshow photo "J. K. Shin, President and Head of IT and mobile communication division of Samsung introduces the Samsung Galaxy S IV, (yesterday) March 14, 2013 in New York City." If you follow the first link, you will see that Samsung has not yet listed the full specifications of the new flagship smartphone.
However, the Wikipedia has listed some of the new product specifications as well as other internet resources. What seems to be most important about the new flagship Samsung Galaxy S IV is its "eye-scrolling" or "eye-tracking" feature. This type of technology has been in development in applications for the disabled for some time, if we recall correctly. The Newsy video from Grab Media (March 5, 2013 with Lauren Zima) pretty much called it too - not that they weren't paying attention to the other gadget news sources.
Samsung's "online market splash" is their Galaxy S IV global microsite that makes available the features, "stylisms" and awesome accessories. A further heightened experience of the new phone comes from the Samsung Mobile group YouTube video. The eye-scrolling/hand gesture feature is only briefly mentioned on the S IV microsite "Life Task" section. Apparently it's referred to as "Air View / Air Gesture". But the phone's (new) screen is not entirely "touchless" - the claim has been made that it can be touched/used even while wearing gloves.
At least one of our favorite reviewers (BGR) claimed that the eye-tracking "didn't work"?! What fun is that? They also reported that the S IV phone is thinner and lighter than the previous Galaxy S smartphone. The BBC News report (linked here again) on the release suggested that the S Translator (Relationships) appears to work well - that may be a valuable travel feature when abroad. Samsung's Hub also allows you to shop even more via their Interactive Store. The Galaxy S IV comes in black and white and looks unremarkably like the previous Galaxy S phones but should keep your eyes rolling with amazement.