A rain of new photos of the Samsung Galaxy S10 show the front face, as well as the arrival of a space dedicated to cryptocurrencies.
Less than a month from the launch of the Galaxy S10, Samsung is facing a rain of leaks. After a leak of the design, and the price, the new high-end smartphone has the right to several pretty clean photos, especially showing it in use.
It was on Twitter that two photos were shared by Ben Geskin's account, and unearthed by the GregiPfister account89. Although these photos seem credible, both sources do not have a foolproof reputation. The German site AllAboutSamsung also shared several photos, supported this time by Onleaks on Twitter.
A hole large enough?
The photos here are of much better quality than the one taken in a South Korean bus. We can better appreciate the design of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and note the size, which seems prominent enough, the hole in the screen Infinity-O.
The drilling seems in any case wider than on the Honor View 20 screen that we recently tested.
The photos of AllAboutSamsung are more detailed, we can notice several elements like the rear camera emerging slightly from the phone, or the presence of the 3.5 mm jack port next to USB Type-C, under the smartphone.
The hole in the Galaxy S10's screen and the space for the two Galaxy S10 + cameras seem smaller than on the first set of photos. We also note that the application launcher, and the icons correspond to Samsung One UI, the new software interface of Samsung.
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In the photos, the smartphone is turned on and shows what appears to be a new feature proposed by the manufacturer: Samsung Blockchain KeyStore. According to the other photo of the application, it just seems to be a cryptocurrency wallet.
In the other photo, the application proposes to create or import a portfolio, and indicates to support only Ethereum (ETH) for the moment.
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