Samsung releases new Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition aimed at businesses

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Similarly, Enterprise Firmware Over the Air (E-FOTA) lets admins remotely schedule software updates for the entire fleet of devices. The Note8 Enterprise Edition brings enterprise-level customization, management, support and security enhancements to the acclaimed Galaxy Note8, making it a truly "business-first" offering for the product line.

The Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is available to order from today in the U.S. via Samsung channel partners.

Samsung is going to charge $994 for the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition in the United States. Just don't expect to snap one up for your own use. Well, the Android 8.0 beta for the Galaxy S8 is pretty new.

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Speaking of, the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition will receive regular monthly security updates for up to three years.

The Galaxy Note8 Enterprise Edition is only around $50 more expensive than its consumer-focused counterpart, and with the extra security and management features thrown into the mix, this should go some way toward enticing enterprises and SMBs to consider upgrading to the gargantuan smartphone.

The phone is built on the Galaxy foundation-a collection of unique features and capabilities that, together, have redefined the mobile experience. Samsung Knox Configure can be found on board. But until Samsung gives us more details of what the problem is all about, you can force restart the phone or complete drain the battery to solve the problem temporarily. This is unlikely to change as Samsung's usual strategy for providing major OS updates rarely includes lower-end budget-friendly models, so the device will probably remain in the Nougat category throughout the remainder of its lifetime. "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".