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Samsung phones and tablets now participate in the Android Enterprise Recommended program



Google has launched the Enterprise Recommended program, which was created for corporate customers using Android devices, in 2018. The essence of the program is that Google thoroughly tests each device, and if it meets certain requirements, recommends it as a great business device. Samsung has announced that it has joined the search giant’s program.

Prior to Samsung’s accession, the list of Enterprise Recommended smartphones consisted of 22 devices, including those manufactured by Huawei, Moto, LG, Sony, Nokia and others. Now Google has approved several current Samsung devices – models that run Android 11, including smartphones Galaxy S20, Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy XCover Pro, as well as a series of tablets Galaxy Tab S7.

For Google to approve the device, it must have 2 GB of RAM, a 1.4 GHz processor, a 10 MP main camera and a 2 MP selfie camera, and offer more than 8 hours of battery life. The smartphone should also receive regular security updates over a period of time.

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