Samsung Wallet to launch in 13 countries this year – see full list

Samsung Wallet

Back in June, South Korean electronics giant, Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung Wallet. With the app, Galaxy users can keep together their digital IDs, payment cards, loyalty cards, keys, and more. The Samsung Blockchain Wallet and SmartThings service are also built-in. It allows users to monitor cryptocurrencies and control various aspects of the smart home. After the official launch, the Samsun Wallet is now expanding to other regions. According to the company, Samsung Wallet will expand to 13 countries and regions this year.

Samsung Wallet

This new wallet is currently available in China, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, the United States and other countries and regions. Below are the 13 countries that will get the wallet this year

  • Bahrain
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kuwait
  • Norway
  • Oman
  • Qatar
  • South Africa
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Vietnam
  • United Arab Emirates

Samsung Wallet

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Samsung Wallet takes convenience to a new level

Jeanie Han, executive vice president of mobile e-commerce and head of the digital life team at Samsung Electronics, said:

“Samsung Wallet takes everyday convenience to a new level. We work closely with trusted partners and developers to enrich our wallet experience. We are committed to bringing the platform to as many markets as possible as quickly as possible. This will enable more Samsung Galaxy users to have the opportunity to benefit from the digital wallet”.

One of the advantages of the wallet is that it has Knox security protection. This security encrypts users’ data for additional protection. Furthermore, users’ sensitive Samsung wallet data is stored in an isolated environment. This also makes it more difficult to hack the wallet.

Samsung Pay has since been upgraded to Samsung Wallet in China since October 1oth. The upgrades have been pushed to various Samsung smartphones. It not only brings a new look, it also comes with better services and protection. In addition, the new experience of UI design, etc., brings a better experience to users.

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