Samsung finally merged its ‘Samsung Pay’ and ‘Samsung Pass’ together and named it ‘Samsung Wallet’ in India. The company has taken this step a year after its initial launch. It will bring more features for Indian users.
Recently, Samsung India tweeted on their official handle (@SamsungIndia): “Have you marked your calendar yet? Only 1 day left for Samsung Pay’s big transformation! Buckle up and watch this space to know more! T&C apply.” The company also used the hashtag #SamsungPayIsGettingBetter with the tweet.
‘Samsung Pay gets better, Just 1 day to go,” said the tweet.
What is Samsung Wallet?
Samsung Wallet will now give local users a refined interface and one-swipe access to their payment cards, membership cards, and much more. It is also protected by the security platform, Samsung Knox.
Samsung Wallet’s security
Samsung Knox, a defence-grade digital security system will be taking care of the data protection in the application.