The result is that any new device, and many BYOD devices, especially in typical office environments, already support Android enterprise. There's also the Android Go section to visit. To remain relevant in the market, the company is among the many that will be embracing the new Android Go platform and while we know the device will be very affordable, like others, the specs and features remain a mystery. "We have listened to our customers and partners, and believe that the Android Enterprise Recommended program will help simplify and add confidence to decision making, allowing global IT leaders to focus more on their core business", said David Still, Director at Android Enterprise. Google is working with carriers to roll out RCS on compatible devices.
As the name implies, it's created to point enterprise IT departments at devices that Google has deemed to be enterprise-ready.
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So far, 21 devices have made the cut, including two from Canadian brand BlackBerry. This is understandably a concern for large businesses, which often don't want to worry about security flaws or constantly deploy new devices. At launch, several popular devices are supported. Google reveals that we can expect these Android Go entry-level smartphones to experience 15% faster app performance with the lightweight apps and twice the amount of free storage. Currently, many vendors do not have any formal program for distributing security patches to installed devices leaving their products vulnerable to known exploits that have been patched. We post an updated chart with each month's refreshed Android distribution numbers and they show that since Jelly Bean topped out at just over 60% of the pie and KitKat reached 40%, that it's been all down hill.
The guidelines will also be updated after the next Android release (and every one subsequently), but for now, find the full set here. In addition, manufacturers are required to ensure that enterprises can buy unlocked devices directly from them or through a third-party distributor. Devices must meet requirements for their hardware, deployment, security updates, and UX as well. However, Google hasn't specified any OEM name associated with the device.