Datalogic launch Memor 10 Android 8.1 (Oreo) with Google Mobile Services (GMS) mobile computer with WiFi and 4G,
The Memor 10 PDA brings the power and performance of a smartphone with the user-friendly experience of Android™ in a slim and compact device with an integrated 2D imager, fully featured and Enterprise ready. It also incorporates Datalogic’s industry-first wireless charging system for ultra-reliable contactless charging, paired (for the first time in the Mobile industry) with a 1-piece swappable battery for the best operational advantage.
Memor 10 features a 'state-of-the-art' octa-core platform running Android 8.1 (Oreo) with GMS; these exciting specs led to the endorsement by Google, who validated Memor 10 as one of the first mobile computers to join their ‘Android Enterprise Recommended’ program for rugged devices!
The first Android Enterprise Recommended device in the rugged space from Datalogic is Memor 10, part of a new family of rugged Android PDA devices, offering a slim and compact design while embedding the latest 2D barcode imaging technology for high performance scanning. The Memor 10 incorporates Datalogic’s industry first wireless charging system for ultra-reliable contactless charging while still offering a one piece swappable battery. It targets Retail, Healthcare, Transportation & Logistics, and Manufacturing applications requiring a state of the art rugged Android device to automate their data collection needs.
Android Enterprise Recommended for rugged devices, means that Google has validated that the Memor 10 meets or exceeds their stringent requirements including:
Memor 10 well exceeds Android Enterprise Recommended minimum hardware requirements for rugged devices.
Datalogic offers regular Android security updates for the Memor 10 within 90 days of release from Google, for a minimum of five years. The Memor 10 also offers regular firmware updates to add features and/or improve performance for the device and its ecosystem.
Memor 10 exceeds the ingress protection requirement and achieves IP65, while attaining a drop specification of 5ft/1.5m repeated drops to concrete with rubber boot (4ft/1.2m repeated drops without boot).
Supports both Android zero-touch enrollment and QR code provisioning for bulk deployments, while also offering support from all the major EMM’s for remote management.
Memor 10 launches with Android 8.1 and will support at least 2 additional major OS releases