The device has been surrounded by various rumors lately, but this latest one managed to surprise the whole crypto community because it could support crypto adoption. Also, when setting up the wallet's private key, the phone will require fingerprint and PIN authentication to provide security and safety.
The prototype of the Samsung folding smartphone presented at the SDC 2018.
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Korean electronics manufacturer Samsung has appeared to expand its faith in cryptocurrency by adding wallet and storage features for its upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S10 with the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. The app welcome page explains that Samsung Blockchain KeyStore "is a secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency". The image shows that multiple cryptocurrencies are supported, although only Ethereum is named directly. Both SamMobile's report and the leaked images confirm that users will be able to import their already existing cryptocurrency wallets or create new ones if they want to. The device is expected to make its way to a number of markets around the world, U.S. included, but it will first launch in Korea, it seems.
Both devices are examples of Samsung's promise past year to bring new features to its mid-range smartphones first to compete with cheaper phones from Chinese rivals, Huawei, Vivo, and Oppo. Samsung will equip the pair with its Infinity-O display panels, and the company will also keep up with Huawei by offering the larger Galaxy S10 Plus with a triple rear camera setup. As well, users can safely and securely store and transact various cryptocurrencies through the phone's cold wallet. Judging by this latest news, they might have been right. Let us know what you think in the comment section below. This means we can now compare the size of their holes, and it's like that scene in The Meg where the big shark gets eaten by an even bigger shark.