New Delhi: This month, Samsung Wallet will launch in more countries, including India. The company’s wallet was announced last June and he already offers services in over 25 countries. Essentially, Samsung Wallet combines Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass services to allow users to make digital payments and keep private passwords with advanced protection. We will have access to the platform by the end of this month.
Anyone who owns a high-end Samsung Galaxy phone or one of the company’s A-series smartphones can use Samsung Wallet. You can store payment cards and cryptocurrency wallets on your mobile device for those who need them. (Also read: ‘Why me? Why now?’: IT employee, 8 months pregnant, wrote heartbreaking post after being fired from Google)
Samsung uses proprietary Knox security to protect data and content behind encryption, ensuring a hack-free user experience. Samsung Wallet is not available for iOS and can only be downloaded by Galaxy smartphone owners from the Galaxy App Store, so not all Android smartphones can run Samsung Wallet. (Read also: What a return! Investing 71 rupees per day in LIC, on maturity he will get 48.5 crore.Check Return Calculator, More Details)
The company has not officially announced which Samsung services Indian customers will be able to use, but Wallet’s all-encompassing package makes it attractive to the country. Samsung Pay is a popular payment service in India that allows a limited group of customers to use their mobile his device as payment hardware through popular his POS terminals in the country.