Samsung has its own mobile payment solution—Samsung Pay—and its in-house password management app, Samsung Pass. Last year, the company announced that it would merge those two services into Samsung Wallet. The rollout of the new app started a few months ago, and now, it is ready for the Indian market.
The South Korean firm revealed earlier this month that Samsung Wallet would be launched in India (and seven other markets) before the end of January 2023. Now, the company has started teasing that Samsung Wallet will be launched in India on January 30. It tweeted that just one day is left for Samsung Pay’s big transformation with the hashtag #SamsungPayIsGettingBetter, which confirms the Samsung Wallet launch date for the Indian market.
Samsung Wallet can safely store boarding passes, credit cards, cryptocurrency, debit cards, digital keys, identification cards, login passwords, and even loyalty/membership cards. All the information in the app is secured through Samsung Knox, a defense-grade digital security solution.
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. #SamsungPayIsGettingBetter pic.twitter.com/vw7nJS6hmx
— Samsung India (@SamsungIndia) January 29, 2023