Four different Galaxy S10s, four Galaxy Note 10s, and launches of two Galaxy Folds, Samsung’s flagship lineup for this year has officially reached ten phones.
It’s now releasing a blockchain-branded variant of the Galaxy Note 10 to bring in customers holding out for a cryptocurrency-focused Samsung flagship.
The Galaxy Note 10 variant, which is only available in South Korea, will be marketed as a “KlaytnPhone.” It’s named for a blockchain platform made by the blockchain arm of Kakao, a South Korean messaging company. WSJ says the KlaytnPhone will have a crypto wallet and blockchain apps built in, and will also give users a “certain amount” of Klay, a cryptocurrency made by Kakao. Otherwise, the KlaytnPhone has the same hardware and is expected to have the same price as non-blockchain Galaxy Note 10s, reports .