Samsung showed the Galaxy S10. The flagship got a built-in storage for private keys

Looks like insider information on the new flagship of Samsung was indeed true — the new Galaxy S10 supplied built-in crypto. This was reported by representatives of the company in a press release. The official presentation of the new line took place last night, Samsung has already started taking the first pre-orders for the devices.

The crypt in the phone

Representatives of the Galaxy series S10 got upgraded Samsung Knox. According to the manufacturer, this system must ensure the highest level of protection for digital assets of a user.

Galaxy S10 has a special Samsung Knox and secure storage with hardware protection for private keys.

We will remind, earlier in the Network appeared rumors about the built-in wallet Ethereum. Some insiders allegedly had screenshots, where such application has been displayed on the smartphone screen. Unfortunately, the presentation of the flagship did not say anything about “supported list of cryptocurrencies” or the crypto.

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But the movie with the Galaxy S10+ from the channel Unbox Therapy.

Ordinary Galaxy S10 is frameless 6.1-inch display with a resolution of 3040 x 1440 pixels, a triple main camera, 8 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon chip 855/Exynos 9820. Out of the box the device runs on the latest Android version 9 Pie.

In addition to smartphones, the South Korean company is also involved in the development of components for ASICminers. According to representatives of the company, their new 7-nanometer chip 7LPP to become the leading solution on the market.

Samsung is not the first company that integrates solutions for the blockchain in their devices. In October last year, HTC released the “first blockchain-smartphone” Exodus, which implements the networking support Bitcoin and Ethereum. As the default browser on Exodus used app Brave.

Source: Gagadget

In December 2018 Sirin startup Labs launched its “the world’s first” blockchain smartphone Finney. However around this device go most positive rumors — some accuse the company of attempting a Scam, because users no one has given official guarantees of the safety of their funds on devices Finney. Themselves phones are sold through Amazon, which also do not inspire confidence.

More details about the new Galaxy S10 can be found in our cryptodata.


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