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Including Qatar and Kuwait.. Samsung launches its digital wallet in 5 Arab countries


Including Qatar and Kuwait.. Samsung launches its digital wallet in 5 Arab countries



Samsung announced that its digital wallet (Samsung Wallet) will be available before the end of this year in 13 new markets, 5 of which are Arab.


The South Korean technology giant launched its digital wallet last June, in 8 markets, perhaps the most famous of which are the United States and China.

“Since its first launch in June 2022, the digital wallet platform has become incredibly popular in markets such as China, France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States,” Samsung said in a statement on its blog.


The company added that the platform will now become more popular as it becomes available to users in Bahrain, Denmark, Finland, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Norway, Oman, Qatar, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Vietnam and the United Arab Emirates.


According to Samsung, its digital wallet elevates the convenience of users, and has worked closely with its trusted partners and developers to enrich the wallet experience.


“We are focused on bringing the platform to as many markets as possible, and as quickly as possible, with the aim of enabling more Samsung Galaxy users to reap the benefits of a digital wallet,” said Jenny Han, Head of the Mobile Experience Business Team at Samsung Electronics.


The company describes its digital wallet as an easy, fast and secure way for users who want to organize and access important documents and identification cards, including bank cards, digital keys, passports, driver's licenses, and student identification cards, with just one swipe.


The Samsung Digital Wallet is protected by the Samsung Knox security platform, which protects important user data with biometric authentication, such as a fingerprint.


The company said that the Samsung Digital Wallet stores sensitive documents in an isolated environment that provides an additional layer of protection against physical and digital hacking attempts.


It is noteworthy that Samsung announced last June that it would merge the electronic payment service “Samsung Pay” and “Samsung Pass” service into one service, the Samsung Digital Wallet.


Samsung Galaxy phone users in supported countries can download the Samsung Digital Wallet app from Google Play.