A smart wallet can be used to store and transfer digital currency, and is now used by more than 1.5 million people in the US.

But how secure are they?

This is a quiz to find out.

1:45 The best and worst smart wallets We’ve gathered all the best and most hated smart wallets from around the web to find the best wallet for your money.


The Apple Watch The Watch, launched in 2014, is the most popular smartwatch.

Apple said its watch is “the most secure way to pay”, and that it is “built to keep your credit card and other card data secure”.

Apple has not provided any data to support the claim.

The watch has a 1.3 million-mile battery life and is waterproof to 100 metres.

2:20 The Samsung Galaxy Note7 The Note7, a smartphone introduced in 2016, was widely criticised for its exploding batteries and battery life issues.

Samsung has since admitted that the Note7 caused a “significant” number of explosions.

3:40 The Samsung Gear S2 The Samsung G5, which launched in 2018, is a more durable version of the Gear S, and has an impressive battery life.

However, it has a 3,000mAh battery, which can last up to 10 days on a single charge.

4:20 Samsung Pay Samsung Pay is one of the most widely used payment methods in the world, and Samsung has a huge number of users who have already started using it.

It has been around since the beginning of 2016, and it is currently being used in over 2 million locations in the United States.

5:00 The Xiaomi Mi Band Xiaomi’s Mi Band is an extremely popular smartband that is able to measure your heart rate and other fitness data.

It is also a very useful fitness tracker, as it can track your steps, sleep patterns and more.

6:20 Google Glass Google Glass has a battery life of up to two days.

However the camera on Google Glass is extremely limited, and the glasses only record videos.

7:30 The Sony SmartWatch 3 The Sony smartwatch 3 is the third-generation of the popular smart wearable, and its battery life is one the most impressive in the smart wearable category.

However its camera is incredibly limited, as the device can only record 720p videos.

8:30 Google Pixel The Google Pixel is the world’s most popular smartphone and has a 6.5-inch OLED display, and can record 1080p videos in 1080p resolution.

9:30 Huawei Mate 10 Huawei has just announced the Mate 10, which is the latest smartphone from Huawei.

It features a 6-inch screen and a 5MP camera.

10:30 Xiaomi Mi5 Xiaomi has announced the Mi5, a smartwatch with a 5-inch display and a 1,200mAh battery.

It sports a 1080p display and can also record 720 videos in 720p resolution, with a 30-day battery.

11:00 Apple Watch Series 3 Apple Watch series 3 is expected to launch in 2019, and will be powered by the latest generation of Apple’s A10X chip.

Apple has confirmed that it will use a 6th generation CPU, with 64-bit graphics.

12:00 Sony Smartwatch 3 The latest smartwatch from Sony has a 5.5 inch screen and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, which has 64-bits graphics.

13:30 Fitbit Surge The Fitbit Charge HR, launched back in 2015, has a 12.5MP camera, 4GB of storage and a 6,000mAH battery.

14:00 Huawei Mate 9 Huawei has unveiled the Huawei Mate9, which features a 5″ screen, 4G LTE connectivity, a 6MP camera and a 12MP camera on the back.

It also sports a 10MP camera for selfies.

15:00 Amazon Echo Amazon’s Echo speaker is a powerful device that has been praised for its ability to provide information from a variety of apps at a very low volume.

16:00 Google Pixel 2 Google’s Pixel 2 was launched in March 2019, with the same processor as the Pixel 2.

It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

17:00 Samsung Galaxy S9 The Galaxy S7, launched at the end of 2018, was the most powerful smartphone ever made, and was designed with the ability to record 4K video, make voice calls and do a wide variety of other things.

It boasts a 4.8″ 1440×2560 display, a 5 MP camera, a 3200mAh cell and a 2.5mm headphone jack.

18:00 Microsoft Surface Pro 3 The Microsoft Surface PRO 3 is a 10.6-inch, 2,560×1,440 display that was released in September 2019.

It uses a Qualcomm 64-Bit quad-core Snapdragon 835 processor and a 16MP camera with 1080p video recording.

19:00 Nokia Lumia 1020 Nokia has revealed the Nokia Lumia 1050, which was launched at Computex in September 2020.