The Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 was launched in South Korea on 13 April for a price of KRW 699,000 (INR 46,966/$622.53) for the 6GB+128GB model. The phone was launched with the collaboration of Samsung and SK Telecom which is a South Korean wireless telecommunication operator and is part of the SK Group, one of the country’s largest chaebols. SK Telecom is South Korea’s largest wireless carrier.
The Samsung Galaxy Quantum is the successor to the Samsung Galaxy A Quantum that was launched in May of 2020 with an Exynos 980 QRNG security chipset. The newest Galaxy Quantum 2 is no different it has an integrated QRNG security chipset. QRNG stands for Quantum Random Number Generator. It enhances your mobile phone’s security by using quantum encryption technology to generate random numbers and create unpredictable secure keys. This makes it extremely hard to hack the Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2.
Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 Full Specifications
The Galaxy Quantum 2 weighs 176 g and is 8.1 mm thick. It comes in 3 colors, white, dark grey and light violet (images below).
Apart from being a very secure phone, it also has some very high-end features and specifications. The phone has 6.7 inches WQHD+ curved Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O display. The screen resolution goes up to 3200 x 2400 and it has a maximum brightness of 1200 nits. This display also offers a 120 Hz screen refresh rate which is aimed at making your scrolling experience much more fluid. It has corning gorilla glass screen protector to avoid easy scratching and cracking. The display also houses an under-display fingerprint sensor.
For software, the Galaxy Quantum 2 runs on ONE UI OS based on Android 11 out of the box. For hardware, the phone is powered by a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ 5G chipset. This chipset runs on an octa-core CPU and an Adreno 640 GPU. As earlier mentioned this chipset has an integrated QRNG security chip to enhance its security. For memory, the Galaxy Quantum 2 has 6GB of RAM and 128 internal storage which is expandable up to 1 TB with a memory card.
If you’re wondering if this chipset can game, the simple answer is YES. The Adreno 640 GPU is up to 20% faster compared to the Adreno 630. It supports true HDR gaming and games built around Physical Based Rendering (PBR). It can run graphics-intensive mobile games like PUBG Mobile and COD Mobile on ultra graphics with a steady 56- 58 fps as tested by nanoreview.
The back of the Galaxy Quantum 2 has a rectangular camera module that almost resembles that of the Galaxy S21 but with fewer lenses. The Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2 has a triple camera setup with a 64 MP main camera, a 12 MP ultrawide snapper, and a 5 MP macro shooter. Next to the lenses is an LED flash. For the selfie camera, the Galaxy Quantum 2 has a 10 MP sensor in a centrally placed punch-hole cutout. This whole camera setup offers much less compared to the Galaxy A Quantum(its predecessor) as it has a quad-camera setup at the back and a 32 MP selfie camera at the front.
A 4500 mAh non-removable battery powers the Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2. It boasts 25W fast charging support via a USB-C port located at the bottom of the phone.
Due to the high-end chipset, the Galaxy Quantum 2 also has NFC, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, accelerometer, and gyroscope.