Samsung patent hints at head-tracking Galaxy S5

More and more rumours are coming out about the Samsung Galaxy S4, and according to the latest report, you might be able to control your Samsung Galaxy S5 by nodding or winking at it.

A report in CNET that the mobile giant has filed a patent application in Europe that reveals a front camera innovation that tracks head movements, similar to the S4's eye tracking system.

There is no word on when and where this application might be used.

Samsung patent hints at head-tracking Galaxy S5

As we reported earlier, the Galaxy S5 is expected to be launched in April this year.

The company will probably retain the rounded corners of of its S4 design, but could be ditching hardware buttons for a more streamlined look.

Other Leaks and reports suggest the resolution will be an eye-popping 2560×1440, resulting in a pixel density of 560ppi and a 16MP camera.

The leaked benchmark that pointed to the 2K display also lists a Snapdragon 800 chipset clocked at 2.4GHz along with the Adreno 330 GPU.

Click here to find out all that's known so far about the S5.

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