Samsung Galaxy S10 Leaked Images Reveal New Crypto Wallet

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The two features are expected to appear in the Galaxy AS10 models, which Samsung is set to unveil at Mobile World Congress next month.

The Samsung Galaxy S10 will not be the first smartphone to feature a display hole for the front-facing camera.

Expect things to kick off properly once the Galaxy S10 is out there and Samsung fans have nothing else to divert their attention.

At the rear, you get a triple-camera setup that consists of a main 24MP shooter with a large aperture of f/1.7, accompanied by a 10MP 2x telephoto snapper and a third, 5MP camera that's used to capture depth information and enhance your portraits. Samsung states the Galaxy A9 Pro will arrive with a 599,500 won price tag attached and this roughly equates to about $530 in the US.

The mid-range Galaxy A9 Pro features the same Infinity-O "hole-punch" screen that's expected to feature on Samsung's flagships.

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In the case of the Infinity-O display on the Galaxy A9 Pro specifically, this means virtually all of the front panel becomes a display with a 19.5 to 9 aspect ratio, with the exception of a small circular cut-out created to accommodate the front-facing camera. From our time covering this industry, it's more common we see a very similar price in United States dollars from Euros in terms of the numerical figure.

Samsung has already confirmed that the Galaxy Fold will launch globally this year, but has yet to clarify the regions in which the phone will be available, much less the 5G variant specifically.

According to the rumors that surfaced so far, the Galaxy Sport (codenamed Pulse) features 4 GB of internal storage space, Bixby support, and will be the first Samsung wearable to feature Bixby Reminders.

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Samsung is working to make the Galaxy S10 everything to everybody, as trademark registrations indicate plans to develop a cryptocurrency wallet. Being a more advanced mid-ranger, the device doesn't have an in-display fingerprint scanner of any sort, but is outfitted with a conventional fingerprint sensor at the rear.

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