Samsung’s Intent on Rugged Device Push
Samsung Australia included in their strategy their intent on targeting the rugged devices market at the launch of their latest flagship, the Galaxy Note 10. Samsung has given much thought in passing on some features from their premium devices to their rugged devices. With this strategy, Samsung believes they can compete with the strong competition in the rugged device market among Zebra, Honeywell and Panasonic.
Samsung Knox Platform
Samsung offers if not equal, better security and intrusion protection ratings because of its Knox platform compared to the traditional rugged device. The Knox platform is specifically built for Samsung devices to prevent its users’ phones, tablets, and other devices from intrusion, malware, and threats.
Another big factor Samsung considers that will take them far in the rugged device market is their rich business-friendly features. Samsung understands its consumers’ needs for B2B devices that can solve real time business problems. One feature from the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus is its ability to translate handwritten notes to Microsoft Word documents.
A future with an expanded range of Samsung rugged devices is foreseeable as said by Samsung executives. Not only will they bring more rugged devices, but also features that are usable for mobile point-of-sale facilities which will allow Samsung devices to be tap-and-go payment portals.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus with S-Pen
Samsung aimed their latest flagship at busy professionals. The Note 10 and Note 10 Plus present an impeccably elegant and slim design with an improved S Pen. The S Pen now offers a wide selection of functionalities. Aside from turning handwriting into text, the S Pen allows you to control your device through clicks and gestures as well as edit your photos and videos.
Samsung has started communicating with channels around rugged devices and are focused on companies in the industry of transport and emergency services – industries that have early demand for rugged devices. Ingram Micro supports Samsung’s push for rugged devices.
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