Samsung Unveils Business-First Galaxy Note8 Enterprise Edition

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Some Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users are reporting unresponsive devices, seemingly related to the Contacts app.

It may look like a Galaxy Note8, and it may act like a Galaxy Note8, but Samsung's new Enterprise Edition of the smartphone is more about what's behind the scenes than what is inside the case.

Apart from the Android 8.0 Oreo Goodies including new Settings and Notification panel UI, Picture in Picture (PIP), Adaptive icons, Autofill, Notification timeout, Samsung has add several new features to the Samsung Experience 9.0. "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.

Unlike past year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has had one of the best receptions on the smartphone market, but this doesn't mean the phone is flawless.

Additionally, the enterprise version of the Note8 will receive more regular security updates for up to three years.

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You will need a Samsung Account to sign up, and if you meet all the requirements for the program, you will soon be selected.

The phone will have Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.

The Galaxy Note is back!

Samsung hasn't announced an official roll out date for Android 8.0 Oreo, but Samsung Turkey recently confirmed plans to release Android 8.0 Oreo starting in early 2018.

First, you're going to have to download the 'Samsung+' app from the Galaxy Apps Store or the Play Store.

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