In a few days from now, Samsung, the Korean conglomerate company, will show off the all-new Galaxy S10 family. Samsung’s next big thing will be the launch of its 10-year anniversary mobile device. Samsung is the leading manufacturer of semiconductors and smartphones on planet earth.
A new set of hands-on pictures have leaked displaying the standard Galaxy S10 version, including a first look at the firm’s new digital currency wallet known as Samsung Blockchain KeyStore.
Ben Geskin, a Twitter user first posted these new Galaxy S10 images, and later they appeared on SamMobile. The images are not giving a ton of fresh information regarding the hardware dubitable. People are getting thin bezels with a punch-hole cutout from “Infinity O” display. In particular, this is the ideal Galaxy S10 that only possess one front-facing camera in that very punch-hole instead of two as Samsung S10+ will grip.
One thing seen in all these images is a new crypto App Samsung is going to roll out with Galaxy S10. The ‘Samsung Blockchain KeyStore’ is depicted as a safer and commodious place for users’ crypto.
Customers can seemingly import crypto from other significant wallets or set up a new wallet using the App. The build displayed here only supports Ethereum (ETH), but presumptively at rollout time, it would support Bitcoin (BTC), the leading crypto globally, and several other recognized cryptoassets such as Ripple, EOS, Bitcoin Cash, and Litecoin.
There is also a screenshot image that demonstrates that the KeyStore can be effectively secured using Biometrics.
On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, Samsung will officially roll out Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10 Lite, ahead of MWC 2019. We are also waiting to have a look at Samsung’s foldaway phone once more while at the event.