Samsung announces Galaxy A Quantum with a quantum encryption chip
She announced a company Samsung Today, Thursday, in partnership with the Korean telecom company, SK Telecom, for its latest smartphone, the Galaxy A Quantum, which features a special chip to improve security.
The embedded chip generates random quantity numbers to increase device encryption. SK Telecom said: The chip helps smart phone users to use specific services safely by creating pure random numbers that are unpredictable and have no specific pattern. The quantum chip contains a CMOS image sensor to detect photons, and this is the basis for generating the random numbers used for encryption keys.
Samsung and SK Telecom say: The Galaxy i Quantum chip can also be used to store personal documents safely, such as: insurance documents, graduation certificates, etc., and to prevent counterfeiting and general forgery.
SK Telecom says: The chip will be used in conjunction with biometric-powered mobile payments in offline stores. It also says: It plans to share open APIs, opening the door to more applications that support the quantum chip.
Regarding the specifications, the phone offers specifications similar to the Galaxy A71 5G, such as: Exynos 980 processor, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage, and 4,500 mAh battery / the clock.
The phone offers a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with FHD + accuracy with a hole for the front camera that comes with 32 megapixels, and on the back of the phone, there are 4 cameras, the main accuracy of which is 64 megapixels, the second with a resolution of 12 megapixels, the third with a resolution of 5 megapixels, and the fourth with a resolution of 5 megapixels .
It is noteworthy that the phone (Galaxy A Quantum) is available to order in South Korea during the period from 15 to 21 May this year, and that the sale will officially start from 22 May, and the phone will be available at a price equivalent to 529 USD. There is no information on a plan to put it on the world market.