Samsung Galaxy S10 received storage for cryptographic keys


In a new press release, Samsung officially confirmed that the KNOX security system and hardware for storing closed cryptographic keys for mobile services with keychain support will be built into the Galaxy S10 smartphone.

The flagship was presented on February 20 in Seoul, San Francisco and London. Although the on the eve of the release was rumors about the possible support of cryptococheries and decentralized applications, but none of the products presented in the photo from «leakage» of products will not be mentioned in the official statement of the company. The S10 also received an upgraded shooting system with artificial intelligence, can charge other phones over a wireless network, and the basic model has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory.

Although the South Korean giant is not the first one who boasts the device with the support of cryptocurrency and blockchain applications. Last year, HTC introduced EXODUS, and Sirin Labs released Finney. However, Samsung is the largest manufacturer and significantly exceeds competitors, therefore, thanks to it, products based on the blockchain will be able to get widespread.

Samsung also presented other new products, including