Mobile payments are becoming increasingly popular, and besides Samsung, there isn’t a whole lot of competition. The South Korean tech giant intends on making Samsung Pay even more feature rich and the biggest beneficiaries are consumers who are lucky enough to pick up the 2017 Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Edge. Sammy intends on making Samsung Pay a huge focal point with their upcoming handhelds which is something we’ve been waiting to hear.
Have any questions about Samsung Pay on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Edge? We’ll try to wrap up any queries you may have as quickly as possible in this article.
Will Samsung Pay still be featured on Galaxy S9?
With the mobile payments game heating up, Samsung would certainly not consider abandoning Samsung Pay in 2018. It’s very likely that Samsung Pay will be featured on the Galaxy S9.
Will Samsung Pay Work in all Mobile Payment Areas?
Unless Apple or Google make exclusive deals with companies to solely support their mobile payment solutions, we’d imagine that by the time the Galaxy S9 is launched, all mobile payment points will support Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay.
Will Security be Improved on the Galaxy S9?
Samsung is a very security conscious company and they will ensure users have the security features they need to keep their credit and debit accounts tied to Samsung Pay safe. On top of the standard pin codes, fingerprint scanners and iris scanners will be available as secondary security measures.
Samsung will also offer plenty of their own security measures to ensure there is no violation of your data or sensitive card information at any point.
Can the Galaxy S9 use Apple Pay?
Apple Pay will most likely always be limited to Apple devices. It’s highly unlikely that Apple Pay will ever be available on the Samsung Galaxy S9. This leaves users with the choice of either Samsung Pay or Android Pay.
Will Samsung Pay be Better than Android Pay?
With constant improvements to both, it’s hard to say for sure whether Samsung Pay or Android Pay will be the better choice by 2018. Both choices will most likely offer a similar level of convenience, safety and security so it will be up to the user to decide which mobile payment solution they’d prefer to stick with.