The debut of the new Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra Business Edition in Australia has been announced by Samsung Electronics. A world leader in the technology sector.
In Australia, Samsung has made the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Ultra available in a corporate edition. Although the hardware is the same as in a standard Samsung S23 phone, the functionalities are now more sophisticated. The plus model is not a part of the Enterprise edition portfolio, unlike last year.
The Galaxy S23 Ultra is the perfect device for multitasking and efficiency with its enormous 6.8-inch screen, 45W Super Rapid Charging, and integrated S Pen.
A one-year Samsung Knox suite subscription is one of the enterprise features. Built-in defences against malware, hacking and other cyber security concerns are present in this edition. Additionally, it enables the IT division of the business to remotely control the phone fleet.
The Galaxy S23 Business Edition uses our most cutting-edge mobile technology yet to give a premium experience. It provides businesses value and peace of mind with its svelte form, high-resolution camera, potent chipset, and security features powered by Samsung Knox.
Also pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy S23 business edition are cloud productivity tools from Microsoft and Google.
The two phones in the enterprise edition will remain on the market for two years after their release, and Samsung will continue to provide essential OS upgrades and security patches for up to five years.
Although there is no information on pricing, these will be purchased in bulk purchases, and each company will likely negotiate its own agreement.
Through Samsung’s business partners, you can now acquire the Galaxy S23 Business Edition.
- Within the range of a Wi-Fi or mobile network.
- The purchase of an MS Office license is necessary in order to edit Excel, Word, or PowerPoint documents. Separate licenses are available.
- Charger with 45W Super-Fast charging available separately.
- Only the Galaxy S23 Ultra Business Edition has S Pen capability.
According to Garry McGregor, Vice President of the Mobile Experience Division, Samsung Electronics Australia, businesses require devices that are not just strong and safe but also simple to use and maintain.