After announcing its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S23 Series, in India, the company has announced the Samsung Wallet. They have now merged the Digital Card Storing service into it for a more seamless experience.

Previously, it was called Samsung Pay, and with the latest update to the Samsung Wallet, users in India can use Tap & Pay. On top of this, there is now support for UPI Payments alongside storing banking cards with their latest integration into the new wallet app.

All existing users can upgrade to the latest Samsung Wallet from Samsung’s Galaxy Store. In June of last year, the company switched from Samsung Pay to Samsung Wallet in the United States and Europe. It is accessible in more than 21 nations, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and Taiwan.

Not only that, but the company has also managed to merge their other services, like Samsung Pay and Samsung Pass, into this, which now allows for the storage of more information, including login credentials and other secure data. All of this is well protected by Knox Security.

However, for Indian consumers, it is more beneficial than other regions as it allows users to pay their payments securely from Tap & Pay via NFC directly from their cards, including credit and debit cards. Meanwhile, it is also compatible with AMEX, Mastercard, VISA cards and India’s exclusive RuPay.

In India, most online payments are made by UPI (Unified Payment Interface), which allows users to have multiple bank accounts under one roof to make transactions more seamless. For the past few years, we have seen the growth of Google Pay, one of the most popular payment options.


Samsung Wallet

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