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Samsung launch new Galaxy 'Enterprise Edition' phones in UK

https://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/News/article/samsung-launch-new-galaxy-enterprise-edition-devices-uk

 

Four years of updates for business customers.

 

Hope this slowly becomes the norm for all phones or three years at least, lack of updates is why I peronally switched from Samsung to HMD (Nokia) who have been as good as their word with monthly updates.

 

 

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Re: Samsung launch new Galaxy 'Enterprise Edition' phones in UK

That's really great news for Business Customers, @techtamer! Do you use a phone just for work yourself, and might get a chance to try some of those exclusive features on Enterprise Edition devices?

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Re: Samsung launch new Galaxy 'Enterprise Edition' phones in UK

@EmilieT 

 

I'm not on callout so I don't qualify for a work phone which I'm glad about Smiley Happy but no unfortunately.

 

Because of my job though I do think about device security and think it's time all customers got a bit more from phone manufacturers although manufacturers would argue they provide support for the average lifetime of the phone with the first customer.

 

 

Current tech used:
Nokia 5 on giffgaff, Core i7 9700F PC with Win 10 Pro. Apple Mac Mini late 2014 with Core i5 running 10.15
Home Internet Connection: Zen Internet Fibre To The Premises Full Fibre 1 38 Mbps Down/9 Mbps up,
I don't work for O2 but have an interest in networks (including mobile) and IT (which is how I earn my living)
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Re: Samsung launch new Galaxy 'Enterprise Edition' phones in UK

Companies generally provide two years of updates - from when the phone is launched.
If you buy it 6-12 months after launch then you might see it last the 2 years, but as more and more networks offer 36 month contracts this is less likely.
Now using the LG V30.

Previously: LG G4, Sony Z1, HTC Sensation XE, Samsung Omnia i900
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