Types of Mobile Payment Devices


Apple Pay – This payment option can be used with any Apple device that has an NFC chip in it. It’s relatively new, so the number of merchants who accept it is limited at this point. But it offers some benefits over a traditional credit card that might make it worth trying out. You don’t need to take your card out of your wallet or purse.


MOTO X Pure Edition – If you’re looking for a phone with Android OS that’s backed by Motorola, then the Moto X Pure Edition could be the best option for you. Motorola updates its software faster than other manufacturers (including Google) do theirs. Plus, Motorola guarantees two years of software updates and three years of monthly security patches to keep your phone secure against malware threats like ransomware. The only downside to the Moto X Pure Edition is that there’s no MicroSD slot, so if you buy it, make sure to get a big enough memory size.


Moto G4 Play – The Moto G4 Play is a budget-friendly smartphone that doesn’t skimp on features. The camera takes sharp pictures in low light and daytime shots turn out nice too. If you want something inexpensive without sacrificing quality, this may be the perfect option for you! Moto G4 – The Moto G4 is another good choice for someone who wants a budget phone with great performance. There’s 16 GB of storage space built-in, but since it also supports SD cards up to 128GB, you have plenty of room for apps, games, photos and videos. Plus, because it has expandable memory, when you run out of space you won’t have to delete anything just yet.


Samsung Galaxy J7 – For those interested in Android smartphones made by Samsung (and not Google), the Galaxy J7 comes highly recommended. You’ll find everything from dual cameras to waterproofing on board. And if the battery life isn’t quite what you had hoped for, simply swap out the battery for a fresh one. One downside of the Galaxy J7 is that it’s susceptible to water damage due to lack of protection around charging ports, but some models offer an IP68 rating, meaning they will work even after being submerged under 1 meter of water for 30 minutes! Other notable downsides include its small battery size, poor call quality and high cost. The Moto G5 is another excellent choice for people who prefer Android smartphones from third-party manufacturers like Lenovo. Unlike the Galaxy J7, this model boasts a 5 inch 1080p screen with Gorilla Glass 3 on top. Despite having a smaller display than other options available today, it provides excellent contrast thanks to AMOLED technology. Battery life depends largely on how much you use your phone throughout the day, but owners say that usually lasts through most days before needing to recharge it again. You also receive 8GB of RAM and 64GB of storage with this purchase as well as both Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4 connectivity options.