Samsung is, however, pitching its Knox security system with dual encryption, which it says meets U.S. government security standards for secure data. When it comes to specs, it's mostly the same Galaxy S20 you already know (and love?), with a few oh-so-tactical twists, like DualDAR NSA-level encryption, "tactical" radio support, and a super sneaky "stealth mode" that turns off all RF broadcasting and disables LTE - a very tactical airplane mode.
Curiously, there's no mention of how durable the Galaxy S20 actually is in its new Tactical Edition casing. This isn't the first instance where Samsung has impressed with its defence-grade mobile security, as just a week ago the company shed light on the Galaxy S20's secure processor, and how it works to protect user data against physical tampering. In order to design the Galaxy S20 TE, Samsung says to have worked with feedback from Department of Defense customers and partners.
It's no surprise that Samsung would want to throw its latest flagship into the ring for a chance at lucrative government contracts.
Up to 75 Target stores to close in massive restructure
The closures and rebranding are expected to occur over the next twelve months, with the majority taking place in 2021. Between 122 and 167 locations will either be converted or shut, or around half of Target's 284-strong store network.