Motorola, the smartphone brand owned by Lenovo, has today announced the Business Edition models of the Edge 20 and Edge 20 Lite. Both these smartphones now join the Edge 20 Pro which already had a Business Edition.
The Business Edition models of the Motorola smartphone come with the same set of specifications as the original one but has added security features on the software side.
It comes with an always-online mode with “Zero-touch” which is basically the ability to log in remotely and control the phone.
The company has promised that the phones will receive two major software updates and three years of security updates — the same as the regular phones. The phones are also Android Enterprise Recommended, meeting Google’s stringent requirements to participate in the program.
It also means that the smartphones will be getting the security patches delivered within 90 days. Some of the security features of the Business Edition models are already available for regular users. Lenovo is offering its ThinkShield technology, which is a suite of hardware and software security features designed to protect against malware, phishing, and network attacks.