The new phone will include a crypto-currency wallet that works with the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore.
Micky has so far been unable to find any proof the wallets have been developed, and blockchain news website Cointelegraph has previously said Samsung dismissed the reports as "rumour and speculation".
One image shows that the smartphones will use Infinity O displays, and that the front camera will be situated within the screen.
The Balong 5000 will be found inside at least one, if not more 5G phones this year. Yu confirmed that the first foldable phone would be unveiled at MWC Next month, with sales set to begin in April.
If Samsung will not come up with these features than it is going to be hard for Samsung to maintain its position in the smartphone market. This means crypto enthusiasts hoping that the news is real will have to wait until then to see if the leaked images and reports are genuine. The phones are expected to be made available for pre-order nearly immediately following their launch and are expected to hit the markets in March. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.
That's perhaps because of an extra component not present on the standard Galaxy S10, but that's pure guesswork at the moment. There haven't been a ton of blockchain and cryptocurrency-focused phones and apps from major smartphone makers, though HTC did sell a blockchain-centric device past year. Keeping in mind the flagship range, Samsung will use the Super AMOLED display in this smartphone.