How to use a $20 bill to pay for an Uber ride or a $100 bill to get a haircut is a familiar trick.
But now it seems the trick might be possible with the help of the NFC chip found in the NFC Reader.
While there are currently two NFC Reader devices available for iPhones and iPads, it has yet to be announced if there will be an official NFC reader for Android smartphones and tablets, said Vishal Bhandari, vice president of the Nokia Mobile Solutions Group at Nokia Technologies.
The NFC Reader can be found under the app drawer in the Nokia Phone app, and it can be enabled by tapping the NFC icon on the home screen.
The NFC Reader will then enable the reader to access the NFC card reader, allowing users to scan the card to pay with their smartphone.
The Reader has been in the works for some time, as Nokia launched the NFC reader in 2012, and has been available on several devices since.
Nokia also has the NFC technology in the Lumia 930 and Lumia 935.
While Nokia has launched NFC readers on the Lumia 920 and Lumia 830, the NFCReader has not been available to the public.
The company said that it will be making the NFCreader available on devices with Android devices later this year.