Samsung is not the world leader in phone manufacturing for no reason. The South Korean company doesn’t seem to know what rest is even during pandemic times. After a series of mind-blowing phones released over the years like those from the S20 and S10 lineups, it’s now time for another compelling gadget to see the light: the Galaxy A Quantum.
The Galaxy A Quantum is a 5G smartphone made by Samsung during its partnership with SK Telecom. The biggest highlight of the phone is whether the 5G technology or the quantum-safe cryptography solution that it offers.
A truly unique smartphone
The built-in QRNG (quantum random number generator) chip is the star of the show, as it’s capable of ensuring better security when it comes to the mobile communication. The way it does its job is remarkable, as the chip generates numbers randomly based on quantum crypto technology. This creates strong keys that cannot be predicted, and thus it strengthens the security of data transmission.
As for the specs, we know that the new Galaxy A Quantum is packed with a big Super AMOLED display of 6.7-inch, video recording in 4K format, a powerful camera setup of 64MP mounted on the rear, a front camera of 32 MP, and a generous battery of 4,500mAh with 25W fast charging as the rest of the highlights. This battery should allow many hours of usage up to a whole day without the need of a second charge. We can also mention the 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, the Exynos 980 processor, fingerprint and proximity sensors, and so on.
If you’re already willing to buy the new Galaxy A Quantum, there’s a decent amount of money you need to bring out of your pocket. The device costs 649,000 won ($530) in South Korea.