What is NFC in Samsung Smartphones?

Last Update Date : Aug 02. 2018

Near Field Communications (NFC) is an advanced technology in Samsung Smartphones which enables radio communication between devices when brought in close proximity. NFC ensures seamless data sharing and has few more applications and advantanges attached to it.



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Following are few present and future merits of NFC :


● Share data like movies,videos at high speeds with NFC enabled devices.

● NFC can be used to furnish electronic identity documents and access tokens.

● In future, it could be used for electronic payments. This is prevelent in few countries already.


CLICK HERE to know how to share data via S-beam (NFC required) in samsung smartphones.

CLICK HERE to know how to switch ON NFC in Samsung Galaxy Note 3 ( SM-N900 ).


Note: NFC is available in all the Flagship/High end Samsung Smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S5, Note3, S4 etc.

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