Motorola Solutions today announced the TC55 touch computer for the Verizon network, along with new options for Google Mobile Services (GMS).
These Android-based enterprise mobile computers are designed for field service, field sales, merchandising, logistics and postal applications.
Available now with three radio platforms (global HSPA+/GSM, Americas LTE/HSPA+, and Verizon LTE), the TC55 provides coverage to meet the 4G communication needs of enterprises.
By capturing bar codes, signatures, documents, photos and videos with the TC55’s suite of high-performance data capture features, mobile workers can better serve their customers and improve efficiency.
The Standard TC55 comes with Google Mobile Services (GMS), a suite of integrated applications such as Google Maps, Gmail, Google Play store, Google Search, Google Talk, and the Chrome browser standard on most smartphones.
The Professional TC55, which does not include GMS, prevents data gathering of user location, keypad entries and search activities by Google while providing customers with control of application and OS upgrades.
Motorola Solutions said the TC55 offers a capacitive 4.3-inch touch screen, consumes less energy and adjusts to the environment enabling input with a bare or gloved finger or a stylus.
The TC55 supports the option to run applications built with Motorola’s RhoMobile Suite 4.0, which provides development tools built from the ground up for enterprise mobility applications.
InfotechLead News Team