Samsung Galaxy A Quantum – A major selling point of the Galaxy A Quantum is its heightened mobile phone security which is achieved with a Quantum Random Generator chip.
So if you are someone who is really particular about the security of your mobile phone then should take a look at this amazing device.
In terms of design and hardware, the smartphone is similar to the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G apart from the fact that the Samsung A Quantum features a Quantum Random Generator chip which the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G doesn’t possess.
Samsung Galaxy A Quantum
The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum is priced at about ₦213,994 in Nigeria.
Galaxy A Quantum Design / Display
The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum features a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display, with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2400 Pixels and a screen density of 393ppi. This display also accommodates a punch-hole camera.
At the back of the phone is a square camera module which is where the quad cameras and a camera flash can be found.
There is also the Samsung branding placed at the back of the phone which shows that it is a Samsung phone. The rear panel of this smartphone has a dual-tone pattern which is a darker and lighter tone of the color of the device.
Galaxy A Quantum Cameras
The camera set up of the Samsung Galaxy A Quantum is similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy A71 5G. Therefore, it won’t be wrong to say that the Galaxy A Quantum has one of the best camera setup featured by a mid-range smartphone.
We will begin with the rear cameras. The rear camera is a four camera set up which is made up of a 64MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra wide camera, a 5MP macro camera, and a 5MP depth camera.
This back four camera setup can shoot 4k video record at 30fps, 1080p video record at 30 and 240fps, as well as 1080p video record at 960fps. It also supports HDR and Panorama for photos so you can see that pictures and videos taken with this camera set up will come out amazing.
The front camera is a single 32MP hole-punch camera, which can shoot 1080p videos. It equally supports the HDR feature for photos.
Samsung A Quantum Hardware / Software
When it comes to performance, the Samsung A Quantum can comfortably handle a lot of tasks with little or no lags.
The device is powered by an Octa-core Exynos 980 processor and a Mali-G76 MP5 graphics processing unit. It boasts of 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The smartphone is fitted with a 4500mAh battery which is quite impressive.
The Galaxy A Quantum operates with the Android 10 operating system and Samsung One UI 2.
Quantum Random Generation Chip
Supercomputers are known to be able to continuously create random numbers that can be used to create unpredictable passwords. The Samsung phone brand has once again shown why they remain one of the best smartphone to have, This is because with the Galaxy A Quantum, it is now obvious that the Quantum Random Number Generation feature can be used on smartphones.
This was achieved through Samsung’s partnership with SK telecoms. The Samsung Galaxy A Quantum is regarded as the first smartphone to feature the Quantum random number generator chip.
The QRNG chip with model number SKT IDQ S2Q000 which was developed by SK Telecoms, just as its name implies helps to generate random passkeys. These random passkeys greatly contribute to keeping data on the Samsung Galaxy A Quantum safe from hackers.
The QRNG chip works with the Image sensor and the Light-emitting diode in it. The random numbers are generated by calculating the number of photons in a particular area.
Some other services that employ the use of this quantum tech, include SK owned SK Pay as well as some carrier services.
Samsung Galaxy A Quantum Connectivity
The Samsung A Quantum is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, Bluetooth 5.0, Dual-band Wi-Fi, and NFC.
Another interesting fact about this smartphone is that it supports 5G. Therefore phone users can stream, download, and upload content at 5G speeds.