We seem to get a new leak of the Samsung Galaxy S10 every day at the moment. Here's the latest -- two clear photos of the front of the phone and some information about its Blockchain KeyStore feature.
New #GalaxyS10 live images leak with ‘Samsung Blockchain KeyStore’
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) January 23, 2019
The images came from @GregiPfister89 on Twitter, and were shared by leaker Ben Geskin. They give us a clear view of the Infinity-O display on what we assume is the standard S10, because the S10 Plus that leaked previously had a pill-shaped camera cutout instead.
There's not a lot of new information to be gleaned from the photos of the phone itself, but the cryptocurrency feature is certainly interesting. It claims to be "a secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency," with the ability to import previous crypto wallets or make a new one.
The only supported cryptocurrency on the screenshot is Ethereum, but we'd expect a full list by the time the phone launches on the 20th of February.
Does crypto support stoke your interest in the Galaxy S10? Would you entrust your virtual coins to Samsung? Let us know in the comments. [Techradar]
Main image: Ben Geskin