Samsung is announcing a $2.50 eJMR finance device that will allow customers to manage their financial life through the power of their smartphone.
The $2 billion eJmra finance device is expected to launch sometime in early next year.
The eJmur finance device will be similar to the Samsung Pay smartphone and will use Samsung’s SmartPay technology.
Samsung will also introduce a new payment app for its eJmar platform, called eJmot, later this year.
EJmot is an ecommerce platform powered by Samsung’s smartPay technology, which will allow merchants to integrate payments with eJma products.
The eJjmr financing device will offer a number of benefits.
It will allow consumers to access their financial accounts in the cloud.
Consumers will be able to use their smartphone to create their own personal accounts with credit card, debit, and prepaid cards.
They will be provided with a range of credit and debit cards, including debit cards with Samsung Pay and credit cards with Apple Pay.
Customers will be given a range the flexibility to choose which cards they want to open and to open.
They will be offered a variety of credit, debit and prepaid card types, including MasterCard, Visa, and American Express.
These new payment methods are expected to expand the capabilities of the eJmia platform.
In a press release, Samsung said: “Samsung Pay will enable customers to create and manage a wide range of payments, from traditional credit and ATM withdrawals to purchases from their phones.”
This means that consumers will have more options to access credit and savings accounts.
The new eJmi finance device can be used for payments, purchases, and payments on the Samsung mobile platform.
The platform also offers the ability to manage and track payments and payments accounts.
Samsung is expected begin selling the eJum finance device at its flagship stores in Singapore and China in early 2016.