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Samsung’s new phone has a 2.5 mm quantum random number generator for improved security

Samsung has a solid track record with smartphone security, but it has upped the ante with its latest offering: the Galaxy Quantum 2. This includes something called a quantum random number generator (QRNG) chip. This generates tons of random numbers per second for enhanced security of sensitive data. Samsung partnered with SK Telecom to create the device, which is currently only available in Korea. The network operator said in a press release that the QRNG chip will be used to generate random numbers and patterns to secure applications used for finance, messaging, and authentication. The carrier company has already onboarded…

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