Galaxy S20 TE comes with DualDAR architecture, which delivers two layers of data encryption based on the NSA standards to secure up to top-secret level data for classified missions.
The device connects to tactical radios and mission systems, out of the box and comes with multi-ethernet features to provide dedicated connections to mission systems, while network support for Private SIM, 5G, Wi-Fi 6 and CBRS.
There is a night-vision mode that allows the operator to turn display on or off when wearing night vision eyewear, while stealth mode allows them to disable LTE and mute all RF broadcasting for complete off-grid communications.
Operators can easily unlock the device screen in landscape mode while it’s mounted to their chest, and quickly launch their most commonly used apps.
Backed by a 64-bit octa-core processor, Galaxy S20 can support the running of multiple mission applications in the field like ATAK, APASS, KILSWITCH, BATDOK. It also comes with DeX support which can be used for completing reports, training or mission planning when in vehicle or back at the base when connected on a bigger screen.
“The Galaxy S20 TE comes out of the box approved for use within the Department of Defense (DoD) using the Android 10 Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) as laid out by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA),” claims the company.
Apart from software customisation and other tactical features, the Galaxy S20 comes with the same specifications that is available for the general device available for the public.