Security. privacy, reliability and productivity are critical features that enterprise smartphone users demand and can be found in the Android Enterprise Recommended BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion from TCL.
The need for greater mobile security is now more important than ever, and more enterprises are choosing the flexibility of Android for their organizations.
With the all-new Google-led Android Enterprise Recommended program, businesses large and small now have the confidence in selecting, deploying and managing Android devices such as BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion to meet their needs.
Alain Lejeune, Global General Manager for TCL Communication’s BlackBerry Mobile Division said,
“It is an honor to have BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion among the first smartphones validated as part of the Android Enterprise Recommended program,”
“This is an important part of our portfolio growth and another step we’re taking to ensure our modern, Android-powered BlackBerry smartphones set the bar for an enterprise-ready, secure mobile experience.”
Alex Thurber, SVP and GM of Mobility Solutions at BlackBerry added,
“Security is paramount in today’s Enterprise of Things,”
“Together with TCL Communication, we’re proud to provide businesses around the world with the most secure Android smartphones that spur productivity with features employees want.”
With the Android Enterprise Recommended BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion, business users can buy with confidence knowing they’re getting the most safe and secure Android smartphone experience possible.
This means these Android-powered smartphones meet elevated requirements established and validated by Google, which will include timely security updates (which BlackBerry Mobile provides monthly), business-ready hardware features and at least one major OS update.
The BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion will also support zero-touch enrollment with the forthcoming Android 8.0 Oreo update expected later this spring, Timing and availability of this update will depend on carrier policy and schedule of course.