Huawei Wallet will get a vital upgrade to bring an electronic seal to the application service, hence improving its security. An announcement at the Huawei Developer Conference put this coming feature in the spotlight. This electronic seal will help further secure the assets present in a user’s digital wallet against possible bad actors.
Some areas this feature will cover are online security authentication, information encryption protection, and so much more. With this verification system, the ownership of a wallet will be more encrypted to limit access to its owner and those to whom the owner gives access. Huawei describes this feature as an extension of the physical seal of units and individuals in the digital world.
Once this feature goes into use globally, users of the Huawei Wallet electronic seal will need just their devices to confirm their identity. With the new feature, this identification process will be more safe and more secure than it has ever been. Huawei also claims that the wallet seal feature will be able to effectively prevent various telecommunication network frauds commonly experienced by netizens today.
The Chinese tech giant is making its wallet even more useful with the addition of more items that users can store in the application for easy access. Things like transportation cards, bank cards, campus cards, car keys, door keys, and so on can now be stored on the Huawei Wallet. The seal feature will become available to the global community via an application upgrade to be available in the coming months.