It is equipped with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution with an embedded 32 MP single camera.
The generated random number can be fed to various smartphone apps for user authentication and generating encryption keys, for example, in mobile payment apps. Pre-orders will open on Friday before its official launch on May 22. "All services go through an encryption-decryption process when data is stored or exchanged, and an encryption key is essential", (translated) it said. Due to quantum noise, the LED emits a random number of photons, which are captured and counted by the image sensor's pixels, giving a series of raw random numbers that can be accessed directly by the user applications. The company is pitching quantum security technologies as a counterweight against quantum computers that can be used to harm security of systems.
Apparently, the Galaxy A Quantum 5G was developed with the everyday consumer in mind, albeit with highly advanced quantum security technologies.
The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum has been made available in South Korea, and has been priced at around Rs 40,000. You can also use a microSD card with the phone. Unlike most 5G phones, the A71 5G (and thus the Galaxy A Quantum) runs on a Samsung Exynos 980 chip with a Samsung 5G modem.
Other than screen refresh rate and cameras' megapixels, strong security is also another feature that we want in a smartphone for reliability and safety purposes.
The Galaxy A21s comes with a quad rear camera module that comprises a 48MP (f/2.0) main sensor, an 8MP (f/2.2) ultra-wide lens, a 2MP (f/2.4) macro sensor and a 2MP (f/2.4) depth camera with LED flash. It is powered by a 4,500mAh battery and supports 25W fast charging. The fingerprint sensor lies underneath the display.
As already mentioned, the price of the phone is KRW 640,000 (roughly Rs. 39,000).
As for the pricing and availability, the Galaxy A Quantum will be up for pre-order from May 15 -21 in South Korea. Colour options for the Samsung Galaxy A Quantum include Black, Blue, and Silver.