Published: Sun, January 27, 2019
Industry | By Jeannie Evans

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus battery could be a monster

Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus battery could be a monster

Samsung's soon-to-be-launched Galaxy S10 could come with an in-house cryptocurrency wallet, leaked screenshots suggest. As we detailed in our report, the images also show that the app will let users import an existing wallet while also being able to create a new one.

On the front, the device features an Infinity-O punch-hole selfie camera.

In December past year, popular Android website SamMobile ran a story that claimed Samsung would be including a cold storage feature in its next generation of smartphones.

"If Samsung integrates crypto to Galaxy S10, I think it may have a bigger impact than ETF and Bakkt combined", Mr Young said. We'll have to wait and see if this turns out accurate.

There's been also a recent post on Twitter, made by well-known leaker Ice Universe, that gives us the details of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite and Galaxy S10 Plus' battery capacities.


Samsung is working to make the Galaxy S10 everything to everybody, as trademark registrations indicate plans to develop a cryptocurrency wallet. The phones are expected to be made available for pre-order nearly immediately following their launch and are expected to hit the markets in March.

Reverse wireless charging would be on the Galaxy S10's agenda.

Since the spec sheet of the A9 Pro (2019) is identical to the A8s, we can expect the smartphone to use the same 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels in the 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

As per the report by Wall Street Journal, Samsung will be introducing first foldable smartphone then it will surely help or you can say provide a boost to company and Samsung can head off the competitors such as Xiaomi. Samsung's Galaxy S10 phones will ship in different versions when it comes to RAM, from 6GB all the way up to 12GB of RAM. We already know about the infinity-O punch hole displays and there have been several renders floating around the web. Suppose these leaks are authentic, it appears Samsung is sticking to the good ol' port, unlike other manufacturers who have pulled an Apple and passed on in favor of the wireless life.

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