Samsung's flood of budget-friendly smartphone launches in India continues with the release of the Samsung Galaxy A70. The latest addition to the ever-expanding Galaxy A family is ready to join the highly competitive premium midrange segment. However, the Galaxy A70 has a flagship level feature that further differentiates it from its child siblings and package: Samsung Pay support.
Find everything you need to know about Samsung Pay on the Samsung Galaxy A70!  Samsung Pay Features in India
With Samsung Pay, you can pay at most retail stores in India by simply pointing your Samsung smartphone at a payment terminal instead of pulling a credit or debit card or sharing your billing information , The service also supports mobile purses such as Paytm and Mobikwik, and allows cash transfers via the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).
One of the Reasons for the Popularity of Samsung Pay This is because it works with all popular swipe-based card devices that use NFC or MST (magnetic secure transmission ) support. MST sends a magnetic signal from the smartphone to the card reader of the payment terminal to emulate the pulling of a physical card. Since the payment terminal does not require a hardware or software upgrade, Samsung Pay is not hampered by the lack of acceptance of modern terminals.
Not to be outdone are the country's many e-payment options Use the Samsung Pay app to clear mobile, Internet, electricity, water, landline, DTH, and other bills. Samsung also wants to help you with your personal financial needs by providing credit card and personal loan quotes and having the option to check your credit points directly from the app.
Setting up Samsung Pay
- As long as you own a legitimate Samsung smartphone, such as the Galaxy A70, you will see a Samsung Pay-App icon on your home screen or in the app tray. Touch the symbol to begin.
- You need a Samsung account to use the app. If you already have one, just tap the Sign In button after the introductory video plays, and enter your credentials. If not, you can create an account on this page. Register with an email address (which is your Samsung ID) and create a password.
- Next, you need to register a payment authentication method. You can use the in-display fingerprint scanner or set a PIN. The fingerprint scanner is the first option that appears, but you can skip it and use a four-digit PIN instead.
- Now you can add the required debit and credit card information. You can register up to 10 cards at a time.
- On the screen that appears after the authentication method page, tap Add Map. You can use the in-app camera to automatically read the card details or manually enter the information. Follow all instructions on the screen to complete the card registration.
How To Pay With Samsung Pay
- When You Add Your Debit And Credit Card You can start making payments in the Samsung Pay App.
- To start the Samsung Pay app, simply wipe everything from any screen, whether in-app, on the home screen or even on-screen lock screen.
- The app displays the maps you have saved. You can swipe left or right to switch between them.
- Once you have selected the card, you can authenticate the payment with your fingerprint or by entering the four-digit PIN.
- Put your phone next to the card machines and your device Payment should be completed. Remember to place the phone next to a regular computer if it is an NFC-enabled card reader.
- If the cashier asks for the last four digits of your card number, divide the number by showing below your actual card. It is helpful marked as "last 4 digits for the cashier".
That's all you need to know about paying with Samsung Pay on the Samsung Galaxy A70! It's great to see that Samsung is finally bringing this incredibly useful feature to the midmarket market, and hopefully it will lead to the other affordable Samsung smartphones that Samsung introduced in India this year.