Rabindra Dhungel, 30 August 2020. Google launched the ‘Android Enterprise Recommended’ program two years ago. The purpose was to help businesses choose the right phone.
Since the announcement of the event, the company has added dozens of smartphones to the list. Generally, this award is given to smartphones with good software and acceptable hardware.
Just a few days ago, the company had just put the public One Plus Eight on the list.
Now the Redmi Note Nine Pro has also been added. At the same time, the Redmi Note Nine Pro has become the first MIUI smartphone to make it to the list. However, this is not the first phone from Saomi to make the list.
Saomi MI A2, MI A2 Lite and MI A3 have already secured their place in the Android Enterprise program. Do you know what these phones have in common? All these are running on Android One. Being on this list is not a big thing for the company to be proud of. After this, these phones do not have the company’s MIUI software.
The arrival of the Redmi Note Nine Pro in this list means that other devices with MIUI will be added to the Android Enterprise Recommendation gang in the near future. This includes support for Zero Touch enrollment on devices, the availability of an unlock model, and an Android security update that Google has made public for a minimum period of three years, which must be delivered within at least 90 days.
MIUI is an Android-based operating system developed by Chinese electronics maker Saomi for smartphones, tablets and computers. It’s like a thorn in the side of the Android operating system. It has many features like various theme support.