Samsung has launched the new Samsung Galaxy Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the two new devices that claim to be crowned the top end of the 2015. However, not all hardware, but there is also room for software, and Samsung has introduced Samsung Pay, the new mobile payment service using NFC, which seeks to give competition to Apple Pay.
For the moment, as announced at the Mobile World Congress, the service will be launched in South Korea and the United States this summer, and then reach European soil, although we know how these things because they usually always take longer than the account.
As noted above, Samsung will use, like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, NFC -Near Field Communication- and Security Transmission- -Magnetic MST technology so that devices can be the new credit card users terminals of the Korean company. According to point from Samsung, Samsung Pay Pay differs from Apple that has potential to be accepted as a payment method at over 30 million establishments, but that, of course, is always on paper.
JK Shin, executive co-chairman of the IT division of Samsung, “Samsung Pay, I will reinvent the way people pay for goods and services, and transform the way they use their smartphones” -something like what say Apple in September-. The floods of complaints to Samsung for “copies Apple” are increasing more and more, but for now we can only wait to see how it evolves this technology and see how it goes global implementation of NFC as a payment method.