It has been four months since Samsung first introduced their wallet service, Samsung Wallet. In addition to the aforementioned locations, you may find it in China, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Now, Samsung has revealed plans to launch Samsung Wallet in 13 additional countries before the year is over.
In 2022, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Vietnam, and Norway will all welcome the introduction of Samsung Wallet. Credit cards, debit cards, membership cards, gift cards, digital keys, boarding tickets, driver's licenses, ID cards, and cryptocurrency wallets can all be stored in Samsung Wallet. In the past, Samsung required not one but two apps (Samsung Pass and Samsung Pay) to accomplish the same tasks.
The Samsung Knox platform, according to the South Korean company, makes the Samsung Wallet app exceptionally safe. An individual's fingerprint or other biometric data is used to lock down the app. Information is stored in a secure area of the phone's CPU that is not accessible to the rest of the phone's software or hardware, making it safe from even the most determined physical hacker.
According to Samsung MX Executive Vice President and Head of the Digital Life Team Jeanie Han, “Samsung Wallet takes everyday convenience to the next level, and we have worked closely with our trusted partners and developers to enrich our Wallet experience. We are focused on bringing the platform to as many markets as possible, as soon as possible, so more Samsung Galaxy users have the opportunity to reap the benefits of the digital wallet.”