Samsung Blockchain KeyStore confirmed by Galaxy S10 leaked images

A leaked image of supposed Samsung S10 devices via @evleaks

A leaked image of supposed Samsung S10 devices via @evleaks

Samsung at some point plays a role of a front runner with some advanced features, while Apple seems to be little conservative taking aback but addresses the flaws in the features and ideal them.

A set of freshly leaked images give a detailed glimpse at what could be Samsung's yet-to-be-released flagship phone, the Galaxy S10.

The Samsung Galaxy X foldable phone is expected to launch at the February 20 event and the good news is there should be a 5G model. The top model comes with 'dual front-facing camera.' The base Lite smart phone starts with the price of 780 GBP. It's also speculated that the Samsung Galaxy S10 features a 6.1-inch curved OLED display and an in-display fingerprint scanner. Under the hood, the device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC with Adreno 616 GPU. Both these versions get a microSD card slot for additional memory.

Once the Blockchain KeyStore is authenticated and enabled on the device, users are able to begin sending and receiving cryptocurrency using the native crypto wallet on the mobile phone.

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Therefore, users will have full control over their private keys and crypto funds. Although these could handle 5G also, they may not be integrated with Samsung systems yet.

In July of previous year, Samsung Insights reported that the most secure device to run a cryptocurrency wallet on is a mobile phone due to the presence of a Trusted Execution Environment (TEE). The current build only has support for Ethereum, but presumably, at the time of launch, it would also support Bitcoin and other popular cryptocurrencies. These rumours have gained even more traction after a recent image was leaked on Twitter which showcased a 'Samsung Blockchain KeyStore'.

Users will only be able to recover their wallet with the 12 to 24-word recovery phrase. and can enable second-layer security solutions when accessing the wallet with a PIN and fingerprint.

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".

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