The private keys that are belonging to user accounts will be residing in a secure enclave and various apps will be able to interact with Keystore, as reported by the online magazine the Daily Hodl.
This will allow users to make crypto transactions on their phones.
The online publication also reveals that Samsung’s notes say that Android devices are able to connect crypto addresses to the Blockchain Keystore, sign transactions and also check the Keystore status.
This is in the works at the moment and software engineers can access the SDK via an application process only.
“Official version of Samsung Blockchain SDK will be announced by the end of 2019. In the meantime, developers can request a partnership to use the beta version of the Samsung Blockchain SDK.”
The Daily Hodl also writes that “The blockchain-related features on Samsung’s smartphones are available in a limited number of jurisdictions including the US, Canada, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, and South Korea.”