With less than a month left for Samsung to launch its 2019 flagship series of Galaxy S10 smartphones, details about the Samsung Galaxy S10 phones have been leaking for quite some time. The splash page mentions that this app is a "secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency". Additionally, the app will reportedly allow users to import their existing crypto wallets on the device. The Galaxy S10 X may not launch on February 20, along with other Galaxy S10 models, as Samsung may be saving this phone for a separate reveal in March or April, but we'll see.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2019) sports a 6.4-inch display with a full-HD+ screen with an in-display camera, 2340x1080 resolution and 19.5:9 aspect ratio. This means crypto enthusiasts hoping that the news is real will have to wait until then to see if the leaked images and reports are genuine. Samsung is a major smartphone manufacturer that will enable millions of consumer to safely, securely, and conveniently store cryptocurrencies directly on their mobile device.
Ahead of next month's unveiling of the Galaxy S10, Samsung has taken the wraps off a mid-range Galaxy phone that features the same Infinity-O "hole-punch" screen that's expected on its flagships. About a week ago, an employee's phone was spotted being used on the bus, and we just saw a photo of an S10 with an apparent "Blockchain KeyStore" yesterday. That pricing actually goes hand-in-hand with some previous predictions which said that the company's 5G smartphone will end up costing around $1,600.
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The Tweet reads, "New #GalaxyS10 live images leak with Samsung Blockchain KeyStore", and is attached with three images seemingly showcasing the cryptocurrency wallet. Ethereum is listed as a supported cryptocurrency but it will have support for Bitcoin, Ethereum-derived token ERC20 and Bitcoin Cash at launch.
The question now is which technology will be used for Samsung's reverse charging. Samsung's inclusion of crypto-related features in its smartphone could do the same for cryptocurrencies.