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Could this be the death knell for the iPhone? Samsung have launched a smartphone with an array of new features, including technology that allows you to control the phone without even touching it.

The Galaxy S4 weighs just 130 grams, and is encased in polycarbonate, reports the Daily Mail.

It can sense someone looking at the screen so when a video is playing, for example, the stream will automatically pause if the person looks away from the device and it will restart when the eyes come back to the screen.

The smart phone's voice recognition feature has the capability to dictate, reply, forward and save text messages using only verbal commands. The translator feature can work with nine languages.

Samsung has also made efforts to combat the issue of messy fingerprints, with a screen that now senses fingers hovering just above the screen, and applications that react.

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Samsung unveil eyed-controlled Galaxy S4 featuring real-time language translator
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