Galaxy Note 8 is one of the most expensive Android smartphones currently on the market, like the Galaxy S8 and S8 + we saw earlier. However, for one business, none of these two flagship serves other important areas such as their safety.
Well, Samsung is also trying to “target” a more specific audience in business, and therefore it is releasing the Enterprise Edition versions of Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8. From features and performance, the new versions have no differences from the original regular models, but there are several adjustments in the software. First of all, they come with program support for Knox Configure and Enterprise Firmware OTA 3-year license According to Samsung, both devices will receive monthly security updates for the next three years. In addition, the South Korean company has decided to extend the warranty for these new devices to a total of three years instead of two.
The Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over-The-Air Service (E-FOTA), which is also part of Enterprise Edition, allows you to install firmware updates over a compatible Mobile Device Management (MDM) system at the same time on many devices at the same time. Administrators can test updates before deployment on a limited number of devices, ensuring compatibility between company-owned software and new Android firmware. In addition, updates can be scheduled with E-FOTA, which can be used to control service interruptions and downtime. The ability to enforce updates without user intervention can minimize the risk of security gaps. The Samsung MDM systems compatible with Samsung E-FOTA include Famoc and Samsung SDS EMM, other partnerships are planned.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy S8 Enterprise Edition are now available for purchase in Germany via Tech Data Mobile. They can be sold in other parts of Europe, but we are still not sure about it.