Android Enterprise Recommended Smartphones Explained

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Recently, smartphone makers have started to promote their devices with a new terminology. Companies like Nokia and Motorola use the term, Android Enterprise Recommended. This new moniker holds a lot of significance. But, should you care? And is it relevant to the Indian market? Let’s find out!

 The Definition

Android Enterprise Recommended is a new certification given by Google for the Android-powered smartphones. Subsequently, the devices have to meet the elevated enterprise requirements validated by Google. Interestingly, this is applicable even for non-stock OS running smartphones.

Android Enterprise Recommended

LG V30+

Minimum requirements to enrol under Android Enterprise Recommended?

The device should be running on Android Nougat 7 or the newest version of Android OS. The device should have at least 2GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage. The smartphone should be powered by a chipset with at least 1.4 GHz clock speed with 64-bit architecture.

Google has also mentioned the camera requirements to get this certification. The device should have a 2MP+ front-facing camera and a 10MP+ primary camera.

The OEMs can enrol the devices using QR Code or Zero-touch enrollment. However, to make Zero-touch enrollment the device has to be running on Android 8 Oreo or the latest OS. The devices should receive the security update within 90 days of its release. Similarly, the phone should also receive one letter OS upgrade.

Android Enterprise Recommended

BlackBerry KEYone

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