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Best upcoming Android phones of 2020

Team AA January 17, 2020 40994 shares
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Forget flagships, mid-range phones are making the biggest technological leaps

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Who is BBK, the world’s second largest phone manufacturer?

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Samsung Galaxy S20 specs: All the rumors and leaks so far

Hadlee Simons January 16, 2020 1154 shares
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LoopPay hacked but Samsung Pay not affected

Chinese hackers reportedly infiltrated LoopPay, a subsidiary of Samsung and a key company behind Samsung Pay, in March but did not infiltrate Samsung Pay.
Nirave GondhiaOctober 8, 2015463 shares
 

Samsung Pay delayed until September

Samsung has been forced to push back its Samsung Pay mobile payments service from July to September and will instead launch its alongside the Galaxy Note 5.
Nirave GondhiaJune 3, 2015984 shares
 

Samsung bought LoopPay for around $250 million, sources say

Several sources suggest that LoopPay cost Samsung $250 million. Samsung Wallet will also close down on June 30th.
Robert TriggsMay 14, 2015592 shares
 

Google wants to launch “revived” version of Wallet at Google I/O – WSJ

Google is working to bring together device makers, carriers, banks, and payment networks for a new version of Wallet that should launch at I/O 2015.
Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 20, 2015678 shares
 

Samsung officially acquires mobile payment startup LoopPay

Samsung has just announced the company's acquisition of LoopPay, a mobile payment startup company. This acquisition will open up doors for Samsung to compete with mobile payment systems ...
Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 18, 2015570 shares
 

LoopPay to partner with OEMs to bring mobile payment-enabled cases to Samsung devices

LoopPay, a mobile payment startup company, has just announced their plans to partner with XPAL Power and Trident Case to bring LoopPay-enabled cases to the Galaxy S5 and Note 4.
Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 6, 2015504 shares
 

Samsung reportedly in talks to launch their own mobile payment system

Samsung is reportedly in talks with mobile payment startup LoopPay to create their own form of mobile payment method in order to take on Apple Pay, Google Wallet and others.
Jimmy WestenbergDecember 16, 2014531 shares
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