Galaxy S10 line is engineered to meet the distinct needs of today’s smartphone market
Each device delivers next-generation experience: groundbreaking innovations in display, camera and performance.
premium smartphone with powerful performance - the first HDR10+-certified smartphone
Galaxy S10 5G
created for those who want more of everything and are ready for the fastest available speeds and most powerful features
the world’s first Dynamic AMOLED display (VDE-certified for vibrant bright colors1 and extraordinary contrast ratio for even deeper blacks and brighter whites.2, display delivers vivid digital content, and with dynamic tone mapping), next-generation camera, and intelligent performance, a wider range of color for a brilliant, realistic picture
Verified by DisplayMate, you’ll also enjoy exceptionally accurate colors on your mobile device3– even in harsh sunlight. What’s more, the Dynamic AMOLED display also reduces blue light through its TÜV Rheinland certified Eye Comfort display4 without compromising picture quality or adding a filter.
Infinity-O Display packs an array of sensors and camera technology into a hole-in display – so you can maximize your screen real estate without any distractions.
Galaxy S10’s Dynamic AMOLED display also includes the first-ever in-display Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner5 that reads the 3D contours of your physical thumbprint – not a 2D image of it – for improved anti-spoofing.
world’s first FIDO Alliance Biometric Component certification, this next generation biometrics authentication offers vault-like security to keep your device safe.
amsung companies sold stakes in their affiliate to maintain regulatory compliance. South Korea has a law that prohibits subsidiaries of a conglomerate from holding more than 10% in their affiliates, particularly nonfinancial affiliates—Samsung Electronics, in this case.
Samsung’s (SSNLF) two insurance subsidiaries recently reduced their equity stakes in their electronics affiliate
Samsung Life Insurance cut its stake in Samsung Electronics to 7.9% from 8.6% by selling $1.1 billion worth of shares in the company
Samsung Fire and Marine, the other insurance subsidiary, sold shares worth $200 million in Samsung Electronics to lower its equity stake in the affiliate to less than 1.4% from ~1.5%.
amsung SDI, the company focused on manufacturing displaysand batteries, sold $526 million worth of shares in its construction and trading-focused affiliate, Samsung C&T Corporation.
According to the official website, the Knox platform consists of overlapping defense and security mechanisms that protect against intrusion, malware, and more malicious threats.
Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10 5G
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC unveiled a new Android phone which will be powered by blockchain technology. In October, it openedaccess to the first phone of the Exodus project, the ‘EXODUS 1’. Another company, Sirin Labs, launched its blockchain smartphone ‘FINNEY’ in November 2018.
the new phone can be purchased only with cryptocurrencies – bitcoin or ethereum and will start shipping in December 2018.
12.11.2018 Samsung Dismisses Galaxy S10 Crypto Wallet Reports as ‘Rumor and Speculation’ by CoinTelegraph - Samsung has refuted rumors that it has plans to offer a cryptocurrency cold wallet on its Galaxy S10 smartphone, in comments to Cointelegraph Dec. 11. - Korean-headquartered transnational tech conglomerate had recently filed three E.U. trademarks for blockchain- and cryptocurrency-software Dec. 10 - Samsung community news sharing site SamMobile today, Dec. 11, the trademark requests are part of alleged plans to offer a cryptocurrency cold wallet on the Galaxy S10 smartphone - three E.U. trademark requests appear in searches on the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) website, and are titled “Blockchain KeyStore,” “Blockchain key box” and “Blockchain Core” respectively. - filed under the trademark category of “Smartphones - Taiwanese consumer electronics manufacturer HTC announced the release of the “first native blockchain phone,” this May, with news this week that decentralized browser Brave is to be the native browser on the firm’s blockchain phone, known as “HTC Exodus 1.” - Samsung SDS the conglomerate’s IT and tech subsidiary made inroads into the blockchain space via partnership with major Dutch bank ABN AMRO on a pilot to use the technology for shipping. Samsung SDS launched its own blockchain platform for finance-related businesses, as well as a further blockchain implementation that targets the logistics industry.
5.16.2018 HTC Reveals Plans To Launch Blockchain-Powered Smartphone by CoinTelegraph - HTC has unveiled “the first native blockchain phone”, HTC Exodus, which will launch with support for multiple blockchains, including Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) - will support “multiple blockchain protocols,” such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Lightning Network (LN), and Dfinity network - company’s mission is to support the entire blockchain ecosystem in order to “help underlying protocols expand their base of dedicated nodes. - secure hardware enclave - high standards of security and data protection - HTC is not the first to develop a blockchain-based mobile phone - April, the blockchain-oriented OS developer and supplier Sirin Labs found a manufacturer for its blockchain smartphone - FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology, has agreed to help develop the phone. Foxconn is a giant in electronics contract manufacturing, with clients including Apple, Google, Cisco, Huawei, and Amazon.