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OnePlus 8, Nord Android Enterprise has received the proposed certificate

The OnePlus 8 Series and OnePlus Nord are now officially certified as part of the Android Enterprise Proposed Program.

When you thought it was going to happen all the time, it was a little later than expected that all the OnePlus smartphones present were already certified. However, the Android Enterprise Recommended program certifies devices that meet Google’s strict requirements for enterprise use. This means merchants are able to handle devices, push updates, and much more on a larger scale.

One more happy day with good news. We are happy to share with you that OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8 and OnePlus Nord Android Enterprise have been officially certified as part of the proposed program. These devices meet Google’s stringent requirements for a variety of enterprise needs, helping businesses to operate seamlessly and consistently at any level.

This will not stop OnePlus devices from being listed in the fleet of devices they operate in some businesses, but if anyone is facing problems, the problems should have been solved effectively now.

The Android Enterprise proposal means time-protected security patches and access to all major updates that are consistent with our software maintenance schedule where we provide 2-year software updates and an additional third-year Android security patches for all OnePlus devices.

If your employer has not previously been able to set up OnePlus devices as a company-owned or operated phone, now they can!

IT departments can now offer Zero-Touch enrollment for faster and more non-stop deployments for any corporate OnePlus device for Android Enterprise Proposed Certification. It probably won’t make any sense to regular owners but it may be effective for IT administrators in the hopes of adding some OnePlus 8 and Nord devices to outsiders.

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