On Saturday, Google Inc. has reportedly preparing to launch a physical version of its electronic payment system, Google Wallet.
The physical version is named Google Wallet Card, which is aimed for circumstances whenever clients cannot use their Google Wallet — a software-based and mobile phone-bound. The unannounced Wallet Card of the company is said to accept major credit and debit cards. Screenshots of the Google Wallet has been published in one Android website.
On the other hand, Google has not published any announcements or images nor comments of the said Google Wallet Card.
Primarily, the Google Wallet is storing credit and debit cards issued by payment card providers such as Discover, Visa, American Express, and MasterCard. Presently, the service exists as an application for Android and it has recently became a cloud service.
On Thursday, the company has released the service for online commerce. This works as a payment mechanism that stores Wallet credentials in the cloud after a first purchase, so the following purchases can be made without putting in personal or payment details again.