Google Adds Rugged Category to Enterprise Recommended Program
Sep 5, 2018, 1:37 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Google’s Android Enterprise Recommended program now includes a number of rugged devices. The program, launched earlier this year, requires phones to meet a number of qualifications, such as updates to the core OS and security patches. In order to qualify for the rugged recommendations, devices must meet basic specs for surviving abuse, water submersion, and more. The initial list of devices making the grade includes the Zebra TC25, TC51, TC56, TC70x and TC75x; Honeywell Dolphin CT40, Dolphin CT60 and Dolphin CN80; Sonim XP8; Point Mobile PM45; and the Datalogic Memor 10. Google already recommends a significant number of regular Android devices from BlackBerry, Sony, and others.
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