Huawei’s own app store AppGallery has been expanded by using another financial institution. With the GRÁNITBank eBank application, customers can open a new account in a self-service way, pay using QR codes, and track and analyze their expenses and income with the help of the built-in financial assistant.
Can be downloaded from Huawei AppGalery GRANITE eBank financial mobile application It is possible to open an account entirely electronically through a new type of ID card, address card and sending a self-made smartphone.
Customers of Gránit Bank can immediately use the QR code that complies with Magyar Nemzeti Bank’s requirements to pay, and can also send payment requests to its internal and external partners. The condition for accepting the payment request is that the service can be used in the recipient’s bank, and the payer can also activate the service, that is, sign a contract with his bank. In this application, you can record a secondary ID, that is, email address, mobile phone number or tax ID/tax ID to collect payments, Therefore, instead of the bank account of the user who sent the application, the sender of the money can also refer to the easy-to-remember e-mail address or mobile phone number. In addition, based on the turnover of the bank account, personal financial managers can assist users in analyzing expenses and income.
You can also use your fingerprint or facial recognition code to access the app, instantly change your credit card limit, and lock or unlock your card with one key. For your own safety, users can hide the account balance displayed on the screen with one click.
According to a statement sent to Origo Financial Institution, GRÁNIT Bank’s award-winning mobile phones can be used in multiple models, including Huawei P40, P40 Pro, Mate30 Pro, Mate40 Pro, Mate Xs, P smart 2021, Y6p and Y5p smartphones.