不过，目前三星公司尚未公布支持这一支付服务的具体手机型号类别。按照以往市场情况分析，包括Galaxy S7， S7 edge, Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Note 5和Galaxy A系列应该均可提供这一服务。
Samsung initially rolled out Samsung Pay in Thailand last October, and the company is opening up the service to everyone in the country starting today. Samsung Pay works with most MasterCard and Visa credit cards in the country, including KCC, Bangkok Bank, Citibank, KasikornBank, KTC and Siam Commercial Bank.
Samsung hasn't detailed the phones the service will work on, but if its availability in other regions is any indication, Samsung Pay will be limited to the likes of the Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, Note 5, and the Galaxy A series.
Another country that is set to go cashless is India, and Samsung has said that it will launch Samsung Pay in the subcontinent later this month. An update to the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy A7 2016 has introduced the Samsung Pay app, and a rumor from earlier this week suggested Samsung was looking to team up with American Express to launch the service in India.