Samsung’s Phone With A Quantum Security Chip Gets A Successor

Samsung’s Phone With A Quantum Security Chip Gets A Successor
April 24 16:36 2021 Print This Article

Samsung released the Galaxy A Quantum roughly a year ago, a phone with a quantum RNG chipset for improved security. Samsung now has launched a successor of the device.

For those who missed or are unfamiliar of the concept here is an excerpt of a machine translated SK-release: “The quantum random number generation chipset helps smartphone users safely use specific services by generating unpredictable and patternless pure random numbers”. 

The Quantum RNG chip has an image sensor which detects photons as basis of the RNG used for encryption. 

With the QRNG concept aside, dthe device is a basis of the Samsung Galaxy A82. With it having a Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, a 64MP main camera as one of the triple rear camera array and an impressive curved Quad HD 120Hz refresh rate AMOLED display.

The looks of the device will remind you of their flagship lineup, the S21 series with similar looking rear camera module.

The device now retails in South Korea for 699,600 KRW or approximately PHP 30K directly converted.

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