Is Samsung really integrating crypto in its new smartphones?

Is Samsung really integrating crypto in its new smartphones?

While this is the first modern Samsung smartphone to not have an audio jack, some future models may still get the jack, including the upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship. We'll keep hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S10 between now and the week of its official unveiling, which is in February at the Mobile World Congress 2019.

Interestingly, Gizmodo also claims that the Galaxy S10 lineup will also feature wireless reverse charging functionality, similar to that of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. Samsung is expected to confirm its immediate availability for pre-orders at the launch of the Galaxy S10 itself, and its sale is slated to begin from March 8. The Galaxy S10 will likely come in three sizes - 6.1 inches (the standard edition), 6.4 inches (the plus edition) and 5.8 inches (the light edition). It is expected to arrive in 128 GB and 512 GB storage choices that may respectively cost 799 pounds (~$1,008) and 999 pounds (~$1,260).

It's worth noting that while this pricing may be accurate for the United Kingdom, converting the price into your own currency won't necessarily give you the cost for your own country. However, they said that these "might" be a part of the Samsung Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S10 is believed to arrive with three different variants, while a fourth one that's 5G-ready is also heavily rumored. The latter two models will feature the new Infinity-O display (a punch-hole design) and an ultrasonic in-screen fingerprint reader. While we do know the specifications and other details, we had no idea about pricing, storage options and the launch date, until now.

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But then Samsung is known to try out many of its new ideas on the other series and sometimes drop the idea and not go ahead with the mainstream Galaxy S series which are considered the flagships. This would be the cheapest variant out of the lot and much cheaper than some of the competition as well. It would appear that Samsung's decided that they've reached the ideal spot with just three for their headliner phones instead.

The 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus will be available in 128GB, 512GB, and 1TB internal storage.

As you can see from the image above, the Galaxy A8s boasts a trio of rear cameras with an LED flash sitting below. This top-end model is quite astonishing, both in terms of capacity and cost.

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