While the Galaxy Quantum2 smartphone model has a Snapdragon 855+ chipset, it targets security-conscious users with the QRNG chip that generates quantum-based numbers.
Galaxy Quantum2, the second phone of the Galaxy Quantum series, specially prepared by Samsung for South Korea, was introduced. Offering a special quantum number generator, Quantum2 makes a different contribution to security.
Samsung Galaxy Quantum2 features and price
The Samsung Galaxy Quantum2 model has a 6.7-inch 1440p resolution Super AMOLED display. The point notch design screen has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The body is protected against water with IP67.
The Samsung Galaxy Quantum2 is a special phone because it has a chip called QRNG, which generates a quantum-based number. Being the smallest in the world with 2.5 square millimeters, the QRNG chip generates random numbers using the sounds in the LED and CMOS sensor.
The QRNG chip can be used in all platforms that require two-step verification, such as banking. In other words, the user can operate this system without the need for an external number generator or third party application. Samsung has partnered with many financial institutions in its country.
With its Snapdragon 855+ chipset, the Galaxy Quantum2 model lags behind its performance a little, with 6GB RAM, 128GB storage, 64MP resolution OIS main sensor, 5G, 4500mAh capacity battery and 25W fast charging.
The Galaxy Quantum2 model, which will go on sale in South Korea with a price tag of $ 625, is expected to hit the global markets as the Galaxy A82. How widely the QRNG chip will be used is a matter of curiosity.