Now, the Samsung Galaxy S10 seems to be adding a crypto wallet and other blockchain-driven features using a new Blockchain KeyStore application. As we detailed in our report, the images also show that the app will let users import an existing wallet while also being able to create a new one.More news: Are the 4ms bending Corbyn's ear to prevent a second Brexit referendum?
We've gotten a few looks at the Galaxy S10 and its hole-punch display lately, but these new photos give us a pretty good look at the screen and its front camera. Samsung Galaxy S10 is introducing an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor, Face ID and an Infinity-O display. The icons and navigation buttons match what we've seen on Samsung's One UI betas, which isn't really a surprise. Samsung Galaxy M10 and M20 expected prices As far as the prices are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy M10 (2GB of RAM/16GB) is expected to be priced at Rs 7,990 while the 3GB of RAM/ 32GB storage variant could cost Rs 8,990.
If Samsung's next flagship comes with a mobile crypto wallet implemented, considering the success that Samsung has with its smartphones, this would definitely trigger more crypto adoption.More news: EU drafting appeal for Maduro to call elections: diplomats
The question now is which technology will be used for Samsung's reverse charging. These rumours have gained even more traction after a recent image was leaked on Twitter which showcased a 'Samsung Blockchain KeyStore'. This is one design decision that will favor the Galaxy S10.
As per the report by Wall Street Journal, Samsung will be introducing first foldable smartphone then it will surely help or you can say provide a boost to company and Samsung can head off the competitors such as Xiaomi. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates. Most likely, Samsung will tell about it on February, 20th, at Unpacked.More news: Venezuelan military: the muscle behind Maduro
This year, however, besides the largest ever display on a Note with its rumored 6.7 inches, the Note 10 may also use a faster chipset, at least in its Exynos reincarnation for sale outside the US. Samsung's inclusion of crypto-related features in its smartphone could do the same for cryptocurrencies.