According to the announcement, Samsung’s newly released device will have “military-grade security” based on NSA standards. And there’s software and custom features for tactical and secret applications.
The Galaxy S20 TE is designed to help operators navigate complex terrain, large distances with the possibility of losing contact with command units. It also has a mode called Stealth Mode. Samsung said it will turn off LTE and all RF waves to completely disconnect external communications.
This smartphone can also run multiple task applications at the same time, Samsung mentioned the Android Group Awareness Set. Despite its brand name and desire to enter the military field, the S20 Tactical Edition is truly a regular Galaxy S20 phone.
It comes with a number of additional software features and security options within the rugged Juggernaut shell. From a hardware perspective, the tactical version has the same specifications as the device sold in the Korean electronics market.
Galaxy S20 TE can connect to tactical radios and mission systems, with support for 5G and Wi-Fi 6 networks. In terms of performance, Galaxy S20 TE owns the entire hardware configuration of the regular version for the US market.
Kinetic Integrated Low-Cost Software Integrated Tactical Handheld (Kinetic) is also installed. This software can collect patient information in real time from a variety of sensors. The software is also added by Samsung to add some useful features for the military. That’s such as turning off the screen when wearing night vision goggles.
The 6.2 inch OLED screen, running on Snapdragon 865 chip, 12 GB RAM, 128 GB storage capacity. It can support 5G under 6 GHz and triple rear camera system. The device will be sold in the 3rd quarter of this year to the technology partners specified, the price has not been announced.