Samsung joined Google’s Android Enterprise Program with its Galaxy smartphones running Android 11 or above

Samsung already shares a long history with Google and taking further its partnership the Korean tech giant has recently announced that it will be joining the ‘Android Enterprise Recommended‘ program started by Google.

This program is aimed to make it easier for enterprise businesses to integrate mobile solutions into their operations. The participation of Samsung in the program gives the customers assurance about the software and hardware requirements that are set out by Google for the enterprise. Here is what the company said.

“Samsung is committed to helping our enterprise customers modernize their business for the digital age with an industry-leading offering that includes customizable hardware, easy-to-manage software and end-to-end security,” said KC Choi, EVP and Head of Global Mobile B2B Team, Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics.

Samsung has a record in delivering mobile-first enterprise solutions that help companies prepare for the business of tomorrow including Galaxy Enterprise Editions, ruggedized smartphones and tablets, cutting-edge security solutions, flexible configuration and deployment options, and innovative lifecycle management services.

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The devices that will be part of the Android Enterprise Recommended program include Galaxy smartphones or tablets running Android 11 and above, such as S20, Note 20, Tab S7 and S7+, and ruggedized devices such as XCover Pro and more. The devices added to the program will get timely security patches and guaranteed major upgrades.

This program will provide customers with more options from Google such as consistency in device performance and better user experience for businesses.


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