We got the first leak of the soon-to-appear Samsung Galaxy S10 a few weeks ago. Ever since then, we got even more images of the next flagship device, and it seems that it has a hole in the display. This leak also gave us a first look at the Samsung Blockchain KeyStore app. We got the images from Ben Geskin, a user from Twitter, and it was first seen by SamMobile.
Samsung Blockchain KeyStore app will include different currencies
This cryptocurrency wallet app has a very interesting description on the splash page that says that it’s the most convenient and secure place to put your digital money. It also says that it will offer its users the capacity to import different currencies, such as Ethereum, and that it will use biometric authentication for security.
The history of the Infinity-O hole-punch from the display
The hole-punch from the display, the Infinity-O one, as it is officially called, first made its appearance in the A8 phones from Samsung. However, they were only released in China. Then Huawei came to release the hole-punch selfie camera, which came as a solution to the notched screens, with Nova 4. They recently released Honor View 20, and its design will be seen more this year because more and more smartphones try to find some creative replacements for the well-known notch.
When do we find more about the smartphone?
One thing is certain: we will find out more details about the Galaxy S10 when it’s announced at the Unpacked event of Samsung, that will take place on the 20th of February. The company also wants to show the fully functional version of its foldable smartphones.
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