A Samsung Android smartphone is now the best option for those who want to use their phone as a payment card.

Photo: Google The company is introducing Android Pay to its Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones today, making it the first smartphone to support it.

It comes at a time when Samsung is in the midst of a major overhaul to its smartphone line-up, including the launch of the Galaxy S8 smartphone and the S8+, which is expected to be the company’s biggest and most profitable phone yet.

Samsung has not revealed exactly how much it’s paying for the new Android Pay functionality.

But we do know it is significantly cheaper than the $35-and-up Apple Pay feature offered on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 Plus.

The Android Pay system is designed to work with Android smartphones, and the company said it would be “up to the customer” to decide which payment system they want to opt into.

However, it is important to remember that a Samsung smartphone does not have a physical home button, so you must swipe to unlock it, and you must use your fingerprint to authenticate the transaction.

The company says it has also added a new “tap to pay” feature that can be activated by swiping up from the bottom of the screen.

You can then pay using your smartphone as a credit card or debit card, as long as you can get the phone’s screen to show you an icon with a QR code.

The phone’s touchpad and fingerprint scanner have also been improved to help with this.

It also adds NFC (Near Field Communication) to the Android Pay feature, so that a mobile phone can use NFC payments as well as physical cards.

While Apple Pay is currently available on the Samsung Galaxy S6, the company is not yet available on any other smartphones.

Google is currently the only Android Pay payment provider.

However the company has recently been ramping up its Android Pay service, adding more than 200 new partners in the past year alone.

The service now has more than 100,000 partners in 30 countries and is available to use with Android phones, tablets and smartwatches.

It is also being rolled out to more phones and devices, including Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Series 5.

But the big question remains: which is better, Android Pay on Samsung phones or Apple Pay on iPhones and iPads?

The answer is obvious, as Apple Pay works better with more phones.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been sold in Australia, New Zealand and Europe, and has already made it into the US, where it has seen its first mass-market availability.

For many of the Samsung users who live in the US who are not already using the Android pay system, the Samsung device’s $60 price tag is more than enough.

And, if you are using the Samsung mobile payments system, there are plenty of other options to choose from, including Google Wallet and Google Wallet Plus.

Samsung has been testing Android Pay in the UK and South Africa.

Android Pay is available on Samsung Galaxy devices as of today.