Samsung Galaxy S3 is soaring high and high since its launch and another wing is added to it to soar more high, this wing is SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) Galaxy S3. So with SAFE tag Samsung has launched its first SAFE-branded Android smartphone, a secured version of the Galaxy S3 targeting enterprise customers.
Galaxy S3 will offer most of enterprise tools like Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, support for VPN and Mobile Device Management, and onboard AES-256 bit encryption.
Also there is a new SAFE2SWITCH program which is targeted to get users of rival devices to trade in their handset for a Galaxy S3. The scheme will be open to both corporate customers and prosumers, and Samsung is promising more details very soon.
The first device of Galaxy S3 having its SAFE features will start rolling out in July for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless and US Cellular.