Samsung Pay has been one of the exclusive services of smartphones from Korean manufacturer since it launched in September 2015, but today same Samsung has announced plans to bring its platform to Android phones that are not your brand.
Samsung Pay Mini is already official. The new service will offer shopping online not Samsung Android smartphones after downloading the app dedicated for this purpose. To use Samsung Pay Mini you will need a phone with Android 5.0 or higher and a screen resolution that is at least 1280 x 720.
Also included with Samsung Pay Mini the ability to be a member of the service of transportation, life style and Samsung Pay affiliation. What is not included is the ability to to make payment offline stores.
Samsung is also planning to include a new feature in Samsung Pay Mini which has called Shopping or shopping, which will be able to connect you with local shops services online that have been associated with Samsung. This feature will be added to the Samsung Pay app.
Now plans are by launching the beta of Samsung Pay Mini on February 6, with a full launch in Korea of the South for the first quarter of the year.
While this service for phones not Samsung it is not fully functional as the app is Samsung Pay having payments offline. Samsung expected that users try a Samsug phone and full experience of Samsung Pay after exploring the capabilities of the Samsung Pay Mini app.
To experience this app Samsung Mini Pay on a global basis, appears to be that we will have to wait a bit for that international release, since is has not said a Word when it will launch outside their country.