Thanks to Android Police, latest information upon Google’s next venture in their Google Wallet project has surfaced. According to AP’s sources backed with multiple images, Google is set to launch an actual Google Wallet credit card. The physical Google Wallet credit card will work just like a regular credit card, whatever your current selected default card on the Google Wallet app is, the physical Google Wallet card will be charged. This should work in any store that accepts any major card.
I think this is pretty nifty and quite convenient. Imagine just having one card instead of carrying the multiple ones in your pocket. I feel like Google really has something here with the combination of phones with NFC that have the Google Wallet app plus the emergence of an actual physical Google Wallet card. This could be a great convenience for users.
Only time shall tell if this truly becomes mainstream and something the average consumer will use, but one definitely can appreciate Google’s efforts. No word yet on when Google will officially announce this, but we’re sure it’s in the near future.
Check out AP’s post on this in the source link for more info and pictures regarding Google’s upcoming physical Google Wallet credit card!
source: Android Police