Samsung has started to roll out its digital car keys feature for a select number of phones in South Korea, but it’ll only work with one rather expensive vehicle.
The feature is initially available for those driving the forthcoming, all-electric Genesis GV60 car, provided users have a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with ultra-wideband technology on board. The company is yet to confirm when more cars and territories will open up, after the feature launches later this year.
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