Electronics giant might soon launch a mini version of its mobile payment system and an upcoming artificial intelligence voice assistant Bixby.
South Korean electronics and information technology company is going to make its mobile payments service Samsung Pay available in India next year.
Samsung Pay Mini won’t launch on the App Store in the near future, as Apple has rejected the company’s mobile payment application for unknown reasons.
Samsung may soon roll out its mobile payment system in Canada, according to a Twitter user who contacted a customer service rep with the company.
Samsung Pay follows its main rivals Apple Pay and Android Pay to leverage the Australian market.
Making attempts to expand payments globally, Apple Pay has run into technical challenges, low consumer take-up and resistance from banks.
With millions of users all over the world, the mobile payments technology is expected to significantly change and improve the way we pay for products and services.
Google is extending boundaries for its Android Pay that will be soon supported by the largest banks in the UK.
Verizon dispels prior information and publishes official data that Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will support Samsung Pay.
South Korean electronics company has taken further steps to promote its payments app, including a deal with one of the US biggest banks and a special offering for new customers.
However, the number of retailers and consumers using mobile wallets as a convenient payment option remains relatively small.
PayPal has released its Here Chip Card Reader in the US, which accept traditional magnetic swipes, chip cards and contactless payments, like Apple Pay and Android Pay.