Galaxy Quantum 3 launches with Dimensity chipset and improved encryption
In an official statement released this week, Samsung introduced the newest Galaxy Quantum 3 to the Korean public . This smartphone features the presence of quantum encryption and a midrange 5G chipset as a great highlight, since the device is based on the Galaxy M53 .
Commenting on the matter, Samsung claims that the new Galaxy Quantum 3 delivers an updated chip to generate encryption based on quantum random numbers (QRNG). This allows all smartphone apps to gain an extra layer of security.
In addition, user data storage is encrypted by default, and there is a "quantum indicator" that shows when protection software is running.Commenting on the matter, the director of mobile telephony at the operator SK Telecom, Lim Bong-ho, assured that this is the best smartphone for those looking for security in financial transactions.
This is the most reliable Android smartphone in this regard.
As for the specs, the Galaxy Quantum 3 is just the Galaxy M53. That's why we have a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a Dimensity 900 processor and a 5,000 mAh battery.
See more details in the sheet below:
- 6.7 inch Super AMOLED screen
- Full HD+ resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate
- MediaTek Dimension 900 Processor
- Mali-G68 GPU
- 6 GB of RAM memory
- 128 GB of internal storage
- 32 MP front camera
- Quad rear camera:
- 108 MP main sensor
- 8 MP ultrawide sensor
- 2 MP macro sensor
- 2 MP depth sensor
- Biometric reader on the side
- 5G support
- 5000mAh battery
- 25W fast charging
- Android 12, under One UI 4.1 interface