Samsung bumped up their phablet game with the Galaxy Note 8 and brought to the game, the infinity display via the Galaxy S8. It has now gone and launched Enterprise Editions of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8. The Enterprise Edition is primarily focussed towards individuals with specific business needs.
So what do these Enterprise Editions have different than the standard ones? For starters, they come bundled with a three-year license for Knox Configure and Enterprise Firmware OTA updates. Meaning, both the devices will receive security patches for the next three years, per month. Another perk is the 3 years extended warranty that these business-centric devices will offer. From the specification point of view, everything will remain the same, with changes only in the software. So you can expect the same performance as the standard editions.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the most expensive smartphones of 2017, with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ following suit. The Enterprise Editions might not make much a difference for the general user, but these will make more sense to a business-centric user. The Enterprise Editions are now available for purchase in Germany through Tech Data Mobile, with no indication of launch in any other European markets. Watch this space for more!