Introducing Samsung Wallet: An Easy-To-Use App To Store What You Want To Keep Most Secure

June 27, 2022
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Samsung Wallet combines Samsung Pay with Samsung Pass so users can store and access payment and loyalty cards and more


LONDON, UK – June 27, 2022 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced the UK launch of Samsung Wallet[1], a new platform that enables users to organise payment cards, loyalty cards, gift cards, passwords and more, in one, easy-to-use and secure mobile application.


“Samsung Wallet is bringing a new level of everyday convenience to mobile devices with a totally safe and secure environment for storing passwords, payment cards and more,” said Teg Dosanjh, European Director of Content and Services, ETO at Samsung Electronics. “As part of our ongoing commitment to open ecosystems, we will continue to expand on the capabilities of Samsung Wallet by working closely with our trusted partners and developers.”


More Than a Payment Service

Millions of users worldwide already rely on Samsung Pay every day for simple mobile payments. Building on that success, Samsung Wallet gives users a refined interface and one-swipe access to their payment, loyalty and membership cards.


Samsung Wallet will also incorporate the functionality of securely storing passwords for digital access to accounts from Samsung Pass which securely stores passwords and enables users to quickly and easily log into apps and services[2].


As secure as it is simple, protected by Samsung Knox

Samsung Wallet is protected by a defence-grade security platform, Samsung Knox. Protection includes fingerprint recognition and encryption which help safeguards users’ sensitive data, so only the device owner can access their important information. Along with Samsung Knox, certain key sensitive items in Samsung Wallet are stored in an isolated environment – the embedded Secure Element, which also helps protect against digital and physical hacking.



Galaxy users in five markets – France, Germany Italy, Spain, the UK, and the US, can simply open Samsung Pay or Samsung Pass app from their eligible Galaxy devices[3] and follow the prompt to update and migrate to Samsung Wallet or visit the Galaxy Store to learn more.


[1] Timing and availability of features and services described in this release may vary by market and model and are subject to change. For further information, please visit

[2] Available on select apps and services; details of the features may vary by market.

[3]  Requires Samsung Pay-enabled Galaxy phones running Android 9 Pie or later. Some elements require an eSE-enabled device. For the full list of compatible devices, please visit All eligible devices can update to Samsung Wallet today via the Galaxy or Google Play stores.

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