Google will require manufacturers to update some Android smartphones three years

Google starts to certify devices running Android for business, the official company blog. The certification program will provide corporate users with longer software support and timely updates.

The need for longer term support devices that have been certified for corporate use, due to the need to ensure data protection. Typically, corporate users have access to information whose leakage can cause serious damage to the reputation of the company.

Since Google places particular demands on the device for use in a business environment, not every device will be able to obtain a certificate. Such devices must have a 64-bit processor, a camera with a resolution of at least 10 Megapixels, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory and work on Android version 7.0.

As of February 2018, according to representatives of Google, it is best for the certification is 21 device. These include Google Pixel and both generations, LG G6 and V30, Nokia 8, Moto X4, all models Huawei P10 and several Sony smartphones current generation.

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