Samsung has announced a new version of their Note 8 smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition. The handset is designed for business users and Samsung says it comes with enterprise level support, customization and management.
The new Galaxy Note 8 comes with Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware over the air, which Samsung says makes it faster and simpler to deploy updates to all devices in your company at the same time.
“For years, our partners have been asking us for a Samsung flagship device they can standardize across their entire wireless ecosystem. They’ve asked that the device offer built-in and centralized device configuration and security solutions, and that it include the option to support both single-carrier and multi-carrier deployment strategies,” said Kerry McGonigal, CEO, Hyperion Partners—a member of Samsung Team of Empowered Partners. “The Galaxy Note8 Enterprise Edition is the solution we’ve been waiting for. It supports a wide range of customer budgets and procurement policies, and it provides the ideal complement to Hyperion’s Mobility-as-a-Service solution.”
You can find out more details about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition over at Samsung at the link below. The hardware specifications for the handset are the same as the consumer version. The handset will retail for $994 per handset for business customers.
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