Samsung Electronics on Friday sent out invitations to its next unpacking event, where it is widely expected to unveil the next model in its Galaxy S smartphone series, the S10. The model supports only Ethereum so far. Also, if the Galaxy S10+ battery capacity is indeed bigger than previously believed, then the other two models could also get larger batteries. At the time, the tech giant downplayed the news, stating it was "pure speculation".
Thanks to dozens upon dozens of leaks, we know nearly exactly what to expect next month when Samsung finally takes the wraps off its new Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, and Galaxy S10 Lite smartphones.
Along with that, the leaks shows Samsung's new cryptocurrency wallet as the company describes is a secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency. Samsung Galaxy S10 prices will start from 930 euros (roughly Rs 74, 700) for the 6GB RAM / 128GB storage version while the 8GB RAM / 512GB storage version of the smartphone will be launched at 1,180 euros (roughly Rs. 94,800). Based on some recent news that we've just come across, the new changes that Samsung has just teased could attract many potential buyers. A third evidence of the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore was also shown in a leaked screenshot which was from the settings menu of the device, under the "Biometrics and security" section, which provides the users an option to ensure that only someone with appropriate biometric credentials can access the wallet. We first heard of the feature back in mid-November when reports revealed that Samsung registered trademarks for products that would be used for crypto-related apps on the phone. Hence, the public keys, private keys, and signing keys can stay safer within the phones. 2 other smartphone manufacturers - HTC and Siren Labs - have already released blockchain phones.
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It's way too early to answer that question with any great accuracy, but if the Exynos-powered Note 10 gets a little spec boost you can be sure that Samsung won't leave the Qualcomm version lagging behind. There have been reports that the users can enjoy the free import of wallets from services Netmask, TrustWallet and so on into their cold wallets. The phone also supports Samsung's voice-activated assistant Bixby, and packs 6-gigabyte RAM, 128-gigabyte internal memory and non-removable 3,400-milliamp hours (mAh) battery.
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