The latest Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones by South Korean tech giant ‘Samsung’ can apparently have digital wallet feature supporting Ethereum [ETH], Bitcoin [BTC] along with two other tokens. A Samsung’ official recently spoke regarding the new phone’s specifications at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
While further in its presentation, Samsung also revealed several crypto-currency and blockchain related projects featured on its smartphone, as well as support for Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], COSMEE token [COSM] and Enjin’s token [ENJ]. COSMEE is a blockchain-enabled mobile Dapp [Decentralized App] where users will be able to earn and spend COSM tokens. Enjin is a ‘cryptocurrency‘ wallet which is reportedly be installed within the new Galaxy S10.
COSMEE claims to have been employed by Samsung as the 1st partner DApp supported by its arriving smartphone, whereas Enji can reportedly be deployed to send and receive ERC-20 tokens and ERC-1155 crypto game assets.
Numerous reports have surfaced surrounding blockchain and cryptocurrency integration in Samsung’ new phones. Earlier in Dec. last year, Samsung dismissed the thought of an integrated cryptocurrency wallet as “rumour and speculation.” Even in Jan., leaked images of the new smartphone revealed that the Galaxy S10 would support an Ethereum [ETH] wallet.
Even earlier today, blockchain-centric smartphone Exodus, developed by electronics giant ‘HTC’, proclaimed that it’s partnered with Opera Browser and added support for multiple ‘DApps’. The firm proclaimed support for Etheremon and DApps, and therefore the smartphone presently reportedly supports a Taiwanese DApp referred as ‘Numbers’.
Also as per a recent news ‘reported‘ by EtherDesk yesterday, U.K.-based digital payments firm Electroneum has revealed the launching of its new smartphone that’s capable of mining cryptocurrency. The newly launched device by Electroneum, named ‘M1’, incorporates the tech firm’s cloud mining technology, that permit users to mine the firm’s renowned cryptocurrency, Electroneum [ETN] while simply using their smartphone.
The smartphone is priced at around $80 USD, Electroneum’s M1 phone permit users to mine ETN via an inbuilt application directly from their devices, with cryptocurrency ‘mining‘ reportedly available in offline mode.