Ethereum To Be Supported On Samsung Galaxy S10 But Where's Bitcoin?
- Author: Arturo Norris Jan 26, 2019,
Jan 26, 2019, 16:41
It is you, Lord, that Samsung is working on something big again. That pricing actually goes hand-in-hand with some previous predictions which said that the company's 5G smartphone will end up costing around $1,600. Now it appears that Samsung will be trying to get in on the trend and make its new phone a bit more appealing to those who are into cryptocurrency.
It seems that Samsung's new flagship might be on its way with something that would massively support the whole crypto space.
Or we could be grasping and really Samsung just doesn't want to risk them not being sold in other countries where the 5G network infrastructure will likely lag behind the super advanced South Korea. The images show a dual front camera setup for the Galaxy S10 Plus and a single front camera for the S10.
The Samsung Galaxy A9 Pro (2019) has become the first smartphone from the company to feature an Infinity-O display to launch internationally - the keyword here being worldwide. The rumored Samsung foldable smartphones will not be an ordinary folding device, but foldable screens in general terms.
The hook-up comes following various experiments by Samsung in the crypto sphere, these including manufacturing of mining hardware chips and multiple blockchain initiatives. And Chinese brand Huawei took second place and beat Apple and now Huawei is pressuring Samsung.
Finally, we would like to remind you that the company's highly anticipated first folding device will probably be made official during the Galaxy S10 presentation event to be held in San Francisco on February 20.
Samsung Galaxy S10: The main difference will be its size and as per the rumors S10 will be of the same size as Samsung Galaxy S9, but with a little lean bezel.
From what we can see, the larger model of the S10 lineup, Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus will be equipped with the largest battery that the tech giant has ever put into a Galaxy S smartphone.