Nokia Devices Now in the Android Recommended Program

Clarke Velasco
Three new Nokia devices have entered the list of “best-in-business” smartphones on Android, making HMD Global the home of the largest and most-diverse range of devices included the Android Enterprise Recommended program.

Nokia Devices Now in the Android Recommended Program
Nokia Devices Now in the Android Recommended Program

There are now 14 Nokia smartphones -- with the addition of the Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 4.2 and Nokia 3.2 (3/32GB) -- in the program, which offers great enterprise user experience in devices that have evolved for diverse business needs.

Smartphones named in the program have been approved by Google to meet objective business standards that include an elevated set of specifications for hardware, software, deployment into company IT systems, security updates and user experience.

Android Enterprise Recommended sets a benchmark for strong user experience in a variety of enterprise use cases, enabling businesses to make easier and smarter choices for their smartphone selections.

At the Mobile World Congress 2019, the Nokia 9 PureView was introduced as the world’s first smartphone with a unique five-camera array; the Nokia 4.2 as a cutting-edge smartphone that boasts a dedicated Google Assistant button and AI experiences in imaging to a more accessible tier; and Nokia 3.2 as a leader in display with a two-day battery life and allows users to explore the power of voice with the dedicated Google Assistant button.

“The development of our Android Enterprise Recommended smartphone offering has followed a path defined by the needs of businesses for secure, long-lasting devices that engage and excite a diverse range of users. Our enterprise-grade smartphones now power secure smartphone mobility for more than 50 organizations around the world. We’ve earned our pedigree supplying smartphones for leading European enterprises that are seeking devices that evolve with their needs and get better with time,” said HMD Global Enterprise Business general manager Andrej Sonkin.

Nokia smartphones are changing the ownership paradigm for end users and enterprises alike. It is no longer only about out-of-the-box device specs but about how the user experience evolves over time with updates and upgrades. For Nokia smartphones in the Android Enterprise Recommended and Android One programs, this means a more secure experience that just keeps getting better through the latest updates and innovations from Google.

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From the ability to easily switch work apps on and off depending on an employee’s needs to adding new security capabilities to protect what is important, Nokia smartphones have an unmatched track record of keeping up-to-date with the latest innovations. This evolving and adaptive user experience makes work life easier, more productive and more cost effective.

The three new devices are not available in the local market, along with the Nokia 5.1, Nokia 7.1, Nokia 8 Sirocco, and the Nokia 8.1, which are also in the lineup.

The smartphones in the list that are sold in the local market are Nokia 3.1 32GB (Php6,990), Nokia 3.1 Plus (Php9,990), Nokia 5.1 Plus (Php12,990), Nokia 6.1 (Php14,990), Nokia 6.1 Plus (Php15,990), Nokia 7 Plus (Php15,990), and Nokia 8 (Php21,990).

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