Samsung announces the world’s first QRNG (Quantum Random Number Generator) chip-powered 5G phone. Produced in cooperation with South Korea-based SK Telecom and Samsung, this device draws attention with its security ability. Galaxy A Quantum features and price were announced with the introduction.
Samsung’s QRNG chip phone A Quantum features
The phone with the QRNG chip offers consumers the opportunity to have a phone that uses quantum security technology. Galaxy A; Thanks to the SKT IDQ S2Q000 QRNG chip, developed by Quantique, a subsidiary of SK Telecom, generates random numbers, creating safety keys that are difficult to break.
Apart from its remarkable security capability within the Galaxy A Quantum features, 5G support is also an important point. While the device gets its power from the Exynos 980 processor, it will come to the consumer with 8 GB of RAM capacity.
On the phone with a size of 6.7 inches and a resolution of FHD +, a screen with Super AMOLED technology welcomes us. On the front of the device, which has the same design as the Galaxy A71, we also see a perforated notch.
Galaxy A Quantum with quad rear camera setup; It has a 64 Megapixel main camera, 12 Megapixel ultra wide-angle camera, 12 Megapixel macro and 5 Megapixel depth sensor. The front camera appears with a resolution of 32 Megapixels.
When we look at the battery side for Galaxy A Quantum features, we see a high capacity. The device with a 4,500 mAh battery comes with 25W fast charging support.
Galaxy A Quantum price
The Galaxy A Quantum price, which will go on sale only in South Korea on May 22, was announced as $ 530. It is not yet clear when the phone will go on sale in the global market or not.