Google is looking at developing physical credit cards, according to an alleged leak.
The leak comes from the yet-to-be released Google Wallet app update, and shows that physical credit cards could be introduced to sync up with a Google Wallet account.
The purpose of the credit card is assumed to be for times when paying with an e-wallet phone is not an option.
Google hasn’t said anything on the matter or announced any rollout plans; however, there appears to be an option to order the cards straight through the app.
Google has also been experimenting with using Google Wallet to purchase paid web content, which will see Internet users paying to unlock certain content on websites.