Samsung’s Next Galaxy will reportedly come with SwiftKey software out of the box for a faster, easier and more accurate typing experience, reports suggest.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Galaxy S4 will have the award-winning keyboard app built-in, as Samsung bids to enhance the phone’s appeal with the scores of users yet to be swayed by the wonders of touchscreen typing.
SwiftKey, which already features on the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, offers advanced text prediction and auto correction to guess the next word, even sentence, as you type and learns from your typing to automatically correct future mistakes.
News of its addition to the Galaxy S4 comes on the eve of Samsung press conference in New York tonight where it’s due to officially raise the curtain on the handset.
Aside from improved typing, the S4 is also rumoured to bring the ability to pause videos by just looking away from the screen, along with a host of hardware upgrades including a 4.99-inch full HD display, an eight-core processor and a 13-megapixel camera.
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