(TechRadar) After various leaks and rumors, Samsung has finally launched the Galaxy Quantum 2 in collaboration with SK Telecom. The successor to last year’s Quantum phone, the Quantum 2 comes with a new QRNG security chipset, Snapdragon 855+ SoC and 120Hz refresh rate screen.
The phone is exclusively available in South Korea right now, but it is rumored that the Quantum 2 could be rebranded as Galaxy A82 for the rest of the world. The Galaxy A82 though may not come with a QRNG chipset.
Samsung is collaborating with various banks like Shinhan Bank, Standard Chartered Bank Korea, 11Street, T World, SK Pay, PASS, and T Membership in the country to utilize the QRNG chipset present on the Quantum 2 phone. In future, Samsung’s own credit card will also make use of the QNRG chipset present in the Quantum 2 phone.
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