In the past we have covered the Galaxy S IV unveil date and the rumor that there are six possible models of the Galaxy S IV to be offered, but today we have some exciting news that is leaked information about the much anticipated new smartphone. Just a week before the S IV is set to be publicly announced, the New York Times have reported that the device will feature built-in technology that will scroll your phone's content based solely on your own eye movement. On top of this claim, leaked benchmarks have come out of the woodwork reinforcing predicted technical specifications and showing off performance tests. The results show the Galaxy S IV equipped with a Exynos 5410 1.8 GHz processor and an ARM PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU. The model benchmarked was running on the Android 4.2 OS. It also featured a 13MP rear camera, a 5-inch screen with a 1920 x 1080P resolution, Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities, and on-board memory capacity of 16GB or 32GB. Stay tuned for more updates regarding the Galaxy S IV!

You can check out the leaked Galaxy S IV benchmark screenshots for yourself below:

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Source: TechCrunch