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Adyen Launches Android POS Devices

Amsterdam-based Adyen, Europe’s seventh largest merchant acquirer, will soon begin marketing two mobile point-of-sale devices. Both were designed in-house and operate on the Adyen platform. AMS1 is an all-in-one Android 10-based terminal equipped with a 4-inch touchscreen that promises a battery life of approximately one business day. Wireless connection options include 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The AMS1 can run a merchant’s proprietary business application and/or a partner’s app. It was designed to meet the demands of its enterprise and platform customers, which include th...

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