In the aftermath of Android Pay's launch, Samsung has put back the introduction of its own mobile payments service until September.
Having initially been slated to arrive in July, Samsung Pay will now not be introduced until the electronic giant unveils its next flagship handset a couple of months later.
The service will first go live in the US and South Korea, with Europe, China, Australia and South America all expected to follow.
Samsung bought mobile wallet outfit LoopPay earlier this year to give it a shot at the mobile payments market and has signed up Visa and MasterCard to its upcoming service.
However, it is arriving late to the party, with Apple Pay already well established and Android Pay now also on the scene.