The leaks around the next Samsung’s flagship is becoming more detailed with yet another software feature hint popping out of nowhere
It has become a tradition that you get to know a lot about new devices, smartphones especially even before the actual time of launch, and Samsung’s next biggest device is another of such kind of devices that has got a huge attraction form the public space. Just in less than a week, we can possibly tell a potential customer about almost every detail that may be required about the S10, starting from the outlook, screen size, internal storage, price, and not some of its most important software features.
According to our source, Gregory Blake and Ben Geskin, who both claims to have leaked images of a Samsung Blockchain KeyStore that would serve as a cryptocurrency wallet, whether you’re bringing over an existing wallet or starting fresh. As seen in the leaked image, the wallet seems like it will only be relevant for etherum owners, although further information confirms that Samsung will be working towards having compatibility with other cryptocurrency types like Bitcoin among several others. If this rumor is found genuine, then I think its still a fallacy to say Cryptocurrency is going any moment soon.
Furthermore, the leak also provides one of the clearest looks yet at the reported phone, showing the regular S10 and its single hole-punch front camera.
New #GalaxyS10 live images leak with ‘Samsung Blockchain KeyStore’
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) January 23, 2019
It’s, however, not certain if the wallet will be ready on day one, or if it will be widely available — if it arrives at all, of course. At least you won’t have to wait long. Samsung is unveiling the S10 on February 20th, and it’s likely to make at least a brief mention of the Blockchain KeyStore if it’s ready for use. While it likely wouldn’t be the main reason people get an S10, it would be a bonus, assuming you’ve invested in digital cash.