Samsung and Korean operator SK Telecom has just unveiled the world’s first 5G smartphone with a quantum random number generator (QRNG) – Galaxy A Quantum. Other smartphones it’s QRNG system, through which hackers will become much harder it is to crack.

As a rule, random number generators are used to access various services and applications of smartphones. In particular, we are talking about payment platforms with two-factor authentication, which often hunt criminals.

At the world’s smallest chipset SKT IDQ S2Q000 size of 2.5 x 2.5 mm used led and CMOS image sensor. The led emits “noise”, and CMOS sensor captures its quantum randomness, using the unpredictable patterns to create a truly random numeric strings.

According to SK Telecom, today there is technology that could hack into QRNG, and this makes Galaxy A Quantum one of the most safe phones on the market.

The phone features a 6.7-inch display Super AMOLED Infinity-O with Full HD resolution and a fingerprint scanner. Rear Quad camera includes a 64-megapixel main camera, 12-megapixel camera, megapixel macro-megapixel camera and a depth sensor. On the front panel is a 32-megapixel camera.

The device has a Exynos processor 980 and is running Android 10 with One UI 2.0. Galaxy A Quantum has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. In addition, it offers a number of connectivity options, including Wi-Fi, GPS, 5G, LTE, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, USB-C port, microSD card and 3.5 mm headphone Jack.

Galaxy A Quantum will be available in three color options – blue, black and silver. The beginning of sales is scheduled for may 22 at a price of 530 USD.
Source — Engadget