Isis has revealed that major handsets manufacturers have given their nod to the mobile payments system.
According to Isis, HTC, LG, Motorola, Research In Motion, Samsung and Sony Ericsson have agreed to make smartphones with Isis technology integrated straight out of the box.
Isis is a joint mobile payment system created by U.S. carriers AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. Recently, towards the end of last month, the three mobile carriers pledged to invest $100 million into Isis to help it better compete with Google Wallet.
Isis is a Near Field Communication (NFC) payment system which let users pay for merchandize or services using their phones and an NFC-equipped point of sale terminal.
Furthermore, according to Isis, it will work with DeviceFidelity to have Isis integrated to devices which do not come with the technology from the factory.
According to Juniper Research in August, the mobile payments industry which Isis is competing with Google Wallet in will be a $670 billion industry by 2015.