News tagged: 'Brazil'
Samsung Pay is the most widely accepted mobile payment service, but it is ultimately up to the banks and card providers in a particular country to enable official support for their credit and debit cards so that they can work with Samsung Pay. This page lists the major banks and payment service providers that are […]read more »
Samsung has announced an exclusive partnership with MaxMilhas in Brazil. It’s a platform through which users can buy cheap airline tickets. The partnership will provide Samsung Pay users in the country with an added incentive to use the service. The MaxMilhas platform was launched in 2013 and it also connects people to those who want […]read more »
Samsung Pay has been updated with support for Banco Bradesco, one of the largest financial institutions in Brazil, bringing it in line with competitors Banco do Brasil, Banco Inter, Banrisul, Caixa Econômica Federal, Porto Seguro, Santander and Neon. We should point out, however, that even though Samsung released the upgrade on Thursday, it can take up […]read more »
After launching new QLED TVs in Europe, India, Mexico, the US and some other markets, Samsung has launched them in Brazil. The company announced the pricing for its new QLED TVs for the Brazilian market on 20 June. These TVs not only offer great picture quality, but they also have great designs while doing so. Samsung is […]read more »
It has been revealed today that Samsung will launch its mobile payment platform in Brazil on Tuesday, July 19; just in time for the Olympic Games that kick off on Friday, August 5. This news comes one month after the manufacturer commenced a pre-launch trial of Samsung Pay in the region, and a mere two […]read more »
Dual SIM smartphones have long been popular in various countries, and now, the era of phones with three SIM slots has arrived. Samsung has decided to dip its toes into the triple SIM smartphone market, and has launched the Galaxy Star Trios in Brazil, a phone that is similar to the Galaxy Star launched last […]read more »
Samsung has announced the Galaxy S II TV (GT-S7273T) in Brazil, a device that carries only the name of the 2011 flagship but is otherwise a completely different device. It comes with an ISDB-T receiver, which will allow users to get television reception on the 4-inch screen, and also includes an antenna at the bottom […]read more »