About a month ago, first indications emerged that the South Korean manufacturer could be preparing a surprise for the Samsung Galaxy S10. That surprise would be the implementation of a wallet to hold your Bitcoins.
Now thanks to the inevitable leakster Ben geskin, we have access to several images that confirm the presence of Bitcoin wallet in the anticipated Galaxy S10. Thus, the new high-end should be a "safe and convenient place for your cryptocurrencies".
Cryptocurrency fever has already calmed after consecutive declines over the past few months. However, many still believe that Bitcoin, Ethereum and the company will even be the future of monetary transactions.
Samsung moves a step further, believing Bitcoin 'return'
I recall that not long ago HTC launched the HTC Exodus, the first smartphone designed with cryptocurrencies in mind. However, just as one would expect from the manufacturer, it turned out to be unsuccessful.
On the other hand, Samsung may be able to turn this type of feature into a trend. Especially if we see Bitcoin's value rise again, as many analysts predict.
Although in the images you can only see Ethereum (ETH) wallet support, SamMobile says the service will also support Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash and any Ethereum-derived Token (ERC20).
Another interesting detail is that this new application will not only allow you to create new portfolios, but also allow you to import existing portfolios. Thus it will surely prove to be much more useful for all users.
One of the best photos hands-on Galaxy S10 to date!
It has also been confirmed the existence of this interesting feature. This new information leak also shows us the best photo hands-on Samsung's top of the range.
As you can see, its side margins will be virtually nonexistent thanks to its curved glass. Although its vertical margins can be clearly seen, its thickness has been considerably reduced.
The presence of a small circular 'hole' confirms that this unit is really the S10 and not the Galaxy S10 Plus (or will be Galaxy S10 Pro), and from what we can see, it seems very unlikely that we will see the implementation of the latest patent. registered by the mark.
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