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Samsung joins the Android Enterprise Recommended programme

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Samsung has announced that it’s joining the Android Enterprise Recommended programme which is run by Google and aims to make it easier for businesses to integrate mobile solutions in their operations. By joining, customers can be assured Samsung’s devices are enterprise-ready.

According to the firm, all of its Galaxy devices including smartphones and tablets running Android 11+ will be included in the programme. Some devices it listed as being covered include the S20, Note20, Tab S7|S7+, and rugged devices like the XCover Pro.

Commenting on the development, KC Choi, EVP and Head of Global Mobile B2B Team, Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics, 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. By joining the Android Enterprise Recommended program, we are making it even easier for enterprise customers to build a mobile experience that protects employees, keeps them engaged and enhances operational efficiency by meeting and exceeding Google’s standards for security, productivity and flexibility.”

According to Google, Samsung is just the latest manufacturer to join the Android Enterprise Recommended programme. Most recently, Lenovo, OnePlus, Oppo, and Xiaomi joined the programme bringing the total number of partners to over 30 worldwide.

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