Samsung's answer to Apple Pay is being tested in its home country of South Korea. CNET had the chance to see how the mobile payment system works in real life.
Samsung Pay is now slated for a September launch in the US and South Korea -- with China, Europe and more markets to follow.
The world's largest retailer has been slow to grow in China, but Alipay could help it draw in more customers.
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PayPal announces acquisition of mobile-wallet maker, while Google unveils another mobile-payments service, in the growing fight for a piece of the smartphone payments market.
The Korean electronics giant believes its technology will allow people to pay with their smartphone in more places.
The Internet giant could be hoping to take another stab at going head-to-head with Apple, Amazon, PayPal, Square and a slew of other tech giants looking to grab a slice of the payments pie.
Apple's been gaining more partners since it announced the service last month and it's ready to take it live.
The mobile payments space got competitive quickly and Samsung and Paypal are teaming up to take on Apple.
With the announcement of Apple's dedicated contactless payment technology, financial institutions are already eagerly talking up its role in the local mobile payments space.