New Delhi: This month, Samsung Wallet will launch in more nations, including India. The company’s wallet was unveiled in June of last year and already serves over 25 nations. In essence, Samsung Wallet combines the Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass services, allowing users to make digital payments and keep their private passwords with high levels of protection. By the end of this month, the platform will be accessible.
Those who own a high-end Samsung Galaxy phone or even one of the company’s A-series smartphones can use Samsung Wallet. You can save payment cards and even your cryptocurrency wallets on your mobile device for whoever requires them.
Samsung uses its own Knox security to protect data and content behind encryption and guarantees a hack-free user experience. Not all Android phones can run Samsung Wallet because it isn’t available on iOS and only Galaxy phone owners can download it through the Galaxy app store.
Although the business hasn’t officially stated which Samsung service will be available to clients in India, Wallet’s total package makes it a fascinating addition to the nation. Samsung Pay is a well-liked payment service in India that enables a restricted group of customers to use their mobile devices as payment hardware through the country’s common point-of-sale terminals.