Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2: secure smartphone with quantum encryption

Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2: secure smartphone with quantum encryption

Today Samsung and operator SK Telecom presented the Galaxy Quantum 2 smartphone, which came to change from last year’s Galaxy A as и will be exclusive to South Korea.

What’s special

Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 a unique smartphone, the main feature of which is a quantum random number generator (QRNG) chip. With dimensions 2.5×2,5 mm he became the smallest chip in the world. Such a chip generates random codes, registering noise from LED and CMOS sensor, which significantly increases the password security level of data protection in smartphone. This is especially important when working with banking applications and services.

Apart from this, Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 received 6,7-inch Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 855+ processor in conjunction with 6/128 GB memory and battery capacity 4500 mAh s support for charging 25 W. But in box you find charging only on 15 watts

The smartphone also boasts a triple main camera (64 + 12 + 5 MP), 10 megapixel front camera, anti- water on IP67 and 5G support.


Galaxy Quantum 2 will go on sale on April 23rd, but, as mentioned above, only in Korea. He was rated in 699 600 won, a it’s about 620 US dollars. It is expected that for outside South Korea, the novelty will be released under the name Galaxy A82 and no quantum number generator.

Source: SK Telecom

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