Samsung Pay News
Using Samsung Pay, one will be able to check one’s balance, review past purchases, and so on.
Apple has committed to provide TWINT with technical capability to suppress automatic launch of Apple Pay.
The new device from Samsung will be unveiled on 10 January and will be the first in the "A" series to be available only on an online platform.
During the launch Samsung Pay was available through 10 models and has expanded it to 26 models since then.
Huawei had the same trademark filed with the EU a couple of weeks before this.
Samsung India announces partnership with YES BANK; will support credit cards on Samsung Pay platform
Samsung Pay will allow YES BANK credit card holders to make payments using Samsung smartphones at Point of Sale (PoS) card machines at merchant outlets.
The State Bank of India (SBI) and Samsung India on Tuesday announced the availability of payment platform Samsung Pay for higher variants of SBI debit Card.
Samsung Pay to support SBI debit cards; now users can make payments without the need for a physical Card
SBI debit card users can also avail introductory cashback benefits upto Rs 500.
The J7 Pro is equipped with Samsung Pay, while J7 Max comes loaded with Samsung Pay Mini.
LG Electronics Inc on Friday launched its own mobile payment tool in the country to compete with "Samsung Pay".
Samsung Electronics Co on Friday said that it has reached an agreement with three South Korean banks to allow users banking services via its Artificial Intelligence (AI)- based voice command programme, Bixby.
The Samsung Galaxy A5 falls in the budget flagship segment and comes with a nice assortment of features that help it stand apart.
It's a good small step from Samsung and it has potential. But for now Samsung Pay will only cater to a very small audience in the country.
Samsung Electronics has not limited their reach to Paytm and UPI as they have teamed up with prominent members from the digital payment ecosystem to expand their reach to conventional financial market.
Samsung is offering support for limited banks as of now and also supports Paytm wallet.
South Korean tech giant Samsung is planning to launch its mobile payment wallet in India in the first half of 2017.
Samsung has started rolling out a new update for Galaxy Note 5 owners in India which includes the January security patch and the Samsung Pay app.
Partnerships between technology companies and payment companies, have made online transactions more convenient to the end user, as well as merchants.
Smartphone leader Samsung Electronics has for years been a spectator as Apple built a services "ecosystem" supporting its products.