Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 with quantum encryption introduced


Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 with quantum encryption introduced

The South Korean company Samsung and the operator SK Telecom have announced the Galaxy Quantum 2 smartphone with an increased level of security: sales of new items will begin next week – April 23rd.


The device is equipped with a quantum random number generator (QRNG). This chip was developed by ID Quantique, which SK Telecom sponsors. The QRNG solution is a miniature product with 2.5 mm sides. The chip is designed to generate “absolutely random” numbers, which significantly increases the strength of passwords and, accordingly, the level of data protection in the smartphone.

Galaxy Quantum 2 features a 6.7-inch Quad HD + display with a 120Hz refresh rate. A small hole in the center at the top of this panel houses a 10MP front-facing camera.

A Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor with eight Kryo 485 cores are used. The volume of RAM is 6 GB, the capacity of a flash drive is 128 GB.

The main camera has a three-component design: it is a 64-megapixel unit and sensors with 12 and 5 million pixels.


A rechargeable battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh is responsible for the power supply. Dimensions are 169.9 × 73.8 × 8.1 mm, weight – 176 g. There is no information about the estimated price at the moment. 

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