It is 2019, and one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year is undoubtedly the Samsung Galaxy S10. The S10 series has been rumored and leaked several times. However, new leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S10’s live images have gone live now. What’s more is that they suggest that Samsung Pay could be adopting cryptocurrency as well.
Samsung Galaxy S10 live images leaked
As leaked by Ben Geskin, the live images showcase Samsung Galaxy S10’s punch-hole display. Unlike the Honor View 20 that has the hole in the top-left corner, Samsung has opted to keep the selfie camera in the top-right section. The company is calling it the Infinity-O display, as we’ve talked about previously.
However, the device isn’t all that has been leaked. If you look closely, you can see that the smartphone is showcasing the Samsung Pay app. And this time, it seems to have its own cryptocurrency wallet as well. The native cryptocurrency wallet app is described on the splash page as a “secure and convenient place for your cryptocurrency.” As shown, the app currently supports Ehtereum, but reports suggest that it could add support for more cryptocurrencies later on. Samsung Pay also offers use of biometric authentication for security.
Samsung Galaxy S10 specifications and launch
As of now, there is little to none known about the device. We do know that the device will be powered by the recently launched Exynos 9820 chipset. Also, at least one variant of the device will have a triple-camera setup at the back alongside an in-display fingerprint sensor up front. We will have to wait till the official launch to see what Samsung has in store for us.
Samsung Galaxy S10 price in India
As for the price, we’ve covered reports about the leaked prices for the Samsung Galaxy S10 variants. The Galaxy S10 Lite price in the UK could start at GBP 669, which is roughly around Rs 60,500. Whereas the Galaxy S10, the regular model could be priced at GBP 799, roughly priced at Rs 72,000 for the 128GB model and GBP 999 (Rs 90,000 approx.) for 512GB. The highest variant, Galaxy S10+ could be priced at GBP 899 (Rs 81,000) for 128GB and GBP 1,099 (Rs 99,000) for 512GB. In case you’re wondering if there is a much higher storage model, then you’re in for a treat. There is a rumor that a 1TB model could arrive at GBP 1,399, roughly Rs 1,26,000. Interestingly, this model could be the speculated special 10th anniversary Samsung Galaxy model with 5G connectivity, a massive 6.7-inch display, and a total of six cameras.