According to the press release the new phone includes the Samsung Knox function:
Something on these lines was rumored way ahead of the S10’s release. The phone was touted to support cryptocurrency wallets and DApps. Just last month, some images surfaced that allegedly portrayed a “Samsung Blockchain Keystore” on the Galaxy S10.
Not alone in its venture to incorporate crypto-related capabilities into smartphones, Samsung is budding heads with HTC. The Consumer electronics corporation unveiled HTC Exodus, “the first native blockchain phone,” that will support multiple blockchains, including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum networks and features Brave as its default browser.
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