Samsung Enterprise Edition smartphones to offer four years of Android updates

Samsung Enterprise Edition smartphones to offer four years of Android updates
Samsung has just revealed new Galaxy “Enterprise Edition” devices, which should guarantee customers four years of Android updates among other things. The new phones have been introduced in the UK and are aimed at business customers. It's yet unclear where else you'll be able to buy these devices, but we'll update the news once we have more info.

Initially, there will be six Galaxy “Enterprise Edition” devices available for purchase in the UK: Note 10, S10, S10e, A50, A40, and XCover 4s. The Galaxy Enterprise Edition will also be available on further variants throughout the year.

Among the unique features of the Galaxy Enterprise Edition, Samsung mention Knox Configure, which offers more control over settings, restrictions, apps and other mobile content, and Enterprise Firmware-over-the-air (E-FOTA), much easier to manage mobile firmware and security updates, as well as with the ability to remotely update the OS across the entire Samsung fleet.

More importantly, the Galaxy Enterprise Edition devices will get 4 years of regular firmware updates, so owners can be sure that their phones will have the latest Android and Samsung security patches all the time.

Also, Samsung announced that all Galaxy Enterprise Edition smartphones come with an extended product lifecycle and that users will receive 3 years of enhanced service maintenance, including next business day responses.

Last but not least, all these Enterprise Edition devices will be protected by Samsung Knox, the company's most advanced security platform.

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