Nokia X/G-series receives Google’s Enterprise Recommended seal

Nokia Enterprise
Nokia Mobile has added more devices on Google’s Enterprise Recommended program.

All four of the Nokia devices under X-series, and G-series has been approved for Android Enterprise Recommended devices, HMD Global shares the news on its LinkedIn page.

The Android Enterprise Recommended seal allows companies to choose which devices are reliable for workplace environment, and ensures stability all throughout its entire operational cycle.

Nokia X20
The Nokia X20 as reviewed by Abdulla.

The Nokia X10, and X20 were among the newest, and more expensive midrange devices in the updated list. The Nokia X10 and Nokia X20 shares almost the same specification, varying only from the camera configuration, and display protection technology. That said, both smartphones were also one of the firsts midrange devices on the Android Enterprise Recommended program to feature a 5G connectivity.

Nokia G10
The Nokia G10 looks good at night. — Abdulla

Decent budget devices like the Nokia G10 and Nokia G20 were also qualified to receive the seal. Like the Nokia X10 and Nokia X20, both the Nokia G10 and G20 also shares almost the same design, and specifications. However, both remains to peak only at 4G connectivity.

While not mentioned, these devices are under the “Knowledge Worker Devices – 11.0”, which qualifications requires it to be at least running on Android 11, with minimum device configuration of 3GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and has a processor which at least clocks at 1.4Ghz.

The four new additions will be joining all the other 22 Nokia devices in the Enterprise Recommended list which includes the flagship Nokia 9 PureView, Nokia 8 Sirocco, and the Nokia 7 Plus.

Earlier this year, four Nokia devices were also added on Google’s list of Enterprise Recommended devices — the Nokia 8.3 5G, Nokia 8 V 5G UW, Nokia 3.4, and Nokia 5.4. These four devices were also among the first Nokia smartphones to have an ioXt certification.

Read our review of the Nokia X20, and Nokia G10 here.

Source: HMD Global, LinkedIn page