News of a possible cold wallet and crypto wallet in the unreleased S10 devices comes after the electronics giant also filed for applications for three blockchain-related trademarks for its smartphones in the European Union.
The leak confirms earlier rumors that Samsung will launch three variants of the Galaxy S flagship device this time - the Galaxy S10 Lite, the affordable among the three, the Galaxy S10 regular variant and the top-end Galaxy S10 Plus. Out of all the smartphone manufacturers, Samsung is an outlier since it has not joined the league of other brands which ship their phones with a notch in a bid for a higher screen to body ratio.
Samsung has been releasing wonderful phones this year with more to come in 2019, including the much anticipated Galaxy S10. Well according to today's report, the lower-cost Galaxy S10 with a flat display will cost £669 ($844 USD) with 128GB of storage.
As we suspected, there'll be no iris scanner on the S10: no news on updated facial recognition, though.
A new leak has pegged the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch date as February 20, with a formal Samsung Galaxy S10 release date on March 8.
A tweet by tipster Evan Blass suggests that the Galaxy S10 series will sport cutouts at the center, instead of using left or right sides.
Apparently, the prior leaks regarding the S10 Lite were correct if we are to believe this new bit of info. He adds that there could be three rear cameras (standard, wide and telephoto). However, people weren't so sure about the other variants but just moments ago there was a leak that sheds more light on S10 Camera Configurations for all variants. It will only have a storage option of 128GB. The service would also allegedly allow users to have public and private keys and they would have the ability to sign private keys for transferring cryptocurrency. For instance, the Galaxy S10 Lite could start at $699, the Galaxy S10 price could start at $799 while the Galaxy S10 Plus could cost $899 for the base model.