The well-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone will be reportedly available for pre-order from February 21, 2019. This Galaxy S10 handset will come with cryptocurrency wallet along with other cutting-edge features including high-performing chipsets, advanced wireless charging, and Wi-Fi 6.
Samsung’s new Galaxy line will have three handsets: S10 E (Lite version), S10 (Regular version), and S10+ (Premium version having a
Samsung Galaxy S10 Models with Crypto Wallet: Launch, Pre-Order, and Actual Sale Dates
The unpacking event of the confirmed 3 models of Samsung Galaxy S10 series will take place on February 20, 2019. The event will be organized just a few days before the start of Mobile World Congress.
- Pre-order of the Samsung Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10+ will start on February 21, 2019.
- The expected date of actual sale for Galaxy S10 models is March 8, 2019. However, the super premium Samsung Galaxy S10 X model will go on sale from March 29, 2019.
- Price of the Lite model (Galaxy S10E) is £670 or €745, the regular model (S10) is £800 or €890, and the premium model (S10+) is £900 or €1,000. The probable US prices for S10E, S10, and S10+ are around US$750, US$900, and US$1000 respectively.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Cryptocurrency Wallet
A leaked image, a couple of weeks back, showed that the Samsung Galaxy S10 will come with Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. The credibility of this leaked image is also backed by a trademark that has been filed by Samsung with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). In the patent filing, the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore has been described as:
“software for use with mobile devices and smartphones, namely, software for the storage and management of private keys to authenticate blockchain transactions.”
Though the leaked image shows support for Ethereum cryptocurrency only, reports say support for other cryptocurrencies will be available over time. Once you have your own Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone, you can share the public key of your crypto wallet receiving, spending, or holding cryptocurrencies.
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