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Jan 28, 2019

Brand new leak: see what Samsung does for crypto users

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And so far the clearest picture we have seen of a real Galaxy S10.

And so far the clearest picture we have seen of a real Galaxy S10.

Many Samsung lovers know for sure that little is starting to tingle in the stomach now that the company is a few weeks away from revealing the new Galaxy series. Fortunately, there is a small cure to make the vent easier, and if you are interested in both the Samsung Galaxy and the cryptocurrency, this leak may be extra special.

Extremely thin frames
On a photo that has appeared on Twitter, one can first see how the thin frames on the Galaxy S10 look, while the hole for the camera clearly marks a big change in how this has been done earlier.

Extra special is regardless of the content on the screen where you get the impression that the upcoming Galaxy series has built-in functionality to add up to crypto purposes.

Kryptofunksjonalitet
The picture shows that what may indicate that Samsung is introducing itself to the Blockchain world through Samsung Blockchain KeyStore.

Samsung has previously stated that they are going to develop chips especially with regard to crypt extraction, without specifying whether this applies to mobile devices or computers. In picture two, one looks interesting enough that only Ethereum is supported. Whether Samsung opens the possibility for other crypto currencies later is uncertain.

Please tell us what you think about this in the comment field.

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