Samsung is currently collaborating with some smart phone manufacturers to provide its Samsung Pay service on their devices, Gadgets360 reported citing sources.
Samsung generally relies on NFC or MST technology to support a wider range of sales and payment devices around the world. Therefore, their provision in other devices may be based solely on NFC, or by providing MST chips to those companies for use in their devices.
Apart from embedding special chipsets inside the devices, Samsung can develop external accessories sold separately compatible with the rest of the companies it cooperates with.
The number of users of the Samsung e-payment service exceeded the 34 million users, surpassing the Android platform for electronic payment Android Pay.
The company has already launched the Samsung Pay Mini platform, an electronic wallet that allows users of Android devices to pay using the application only, but need an Internet connection, and does not support the devices in the shops.