Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S4, a phone that allows users to scroll with their eyes and navigate the screen without touching it, Thursday evening at an event at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Some of the highlights of this new mobile phone includes a 5 inch 441 ppi AMOLED screen, concurrent recording of front and rear camera, a 13 megapixel camera etc. There is also an eye tracking feature which pauses videos when you turn your head away from the screen. Watch the video to find out more.

Video of the launch event held in USA. (Fast Forward it to the 40th minute to watch the presentation)

One of the new function is ‘Air Gesture,’ which allows users to navigate their phone without actually touching the device. Another feature is ‘Smart Scroll’, which enables users to scroll without touching the screen. It tracks the users’ face to tell where they are looking. ‘Smart Pause’ is a similar feature that tracks when a user is watching something on their phone so that it can pause the media when a user looks away.

As for the camera function, Samsung has a ‘Sound and Shot’ will allow users to send still images with voice messages and the ‘Drama Shot’ feature lets users take up to 100 shots in four seconds.

Some addition function includes a language translating app. Users can type a sentence into the phone and select the language they want to translate it to and the device will speak the translation.

Specs on page 2.