Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition Has Signed US

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition
Samsung has just announced a business version of the Galaxy Note 8 in the US market. Smartphones were first introduced in Germany and South Korea, so the announcement in the United States market is not the first time. In terms of specification there is no difference between Samsung Galaxy Note 8 regular version with Enterprise Edition version.  

For business software there is little difference, because the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Business is equipped with Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over the Air (E-FOTA).

In addition, this South Korean company also confirmed Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition will receive monthly security updates for three years.
 
According to Samsung, Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is aimed at delivering customization, management, support, and enhanced entreprise level security, which has been successfully represented by the regular Galaxy Note 8 version.
 
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is available in a non-bundling version with a offer price of US $ 994, and can be purchased through Samsung partner channels in the United States.

Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has sold about 23,000 units each day in their home country, South Korea.

For a month since its inception, Samsung reportedly has sold more than one million units in South Korea.

Samsung hopes through the Galaxy Note 8, can compete with the presence of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in the local market, because the presence of Apple's latest smart phone has the potential to slow the sale of Galaxy Note 8, and disrupt the dominance of Samsung in South Korea.
 
The pullback of Samsung Electronics CEO, Kwon Oh-hyun, led to Samsung having to find a replacement. Samsung has appointed 3 people who will lead different divisions. King Ki-nam will lead component business, Kim Hyun-suk will lead the consumer electronics division and Koh Dong-jin, also known as DJ Koh will be responsible for mobile and IT divisions. 

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