Samsung Galaxy S4 will supply to the FBI

Samsung Galaxy S4 will supply to the FBI
Samsung reportedly close to completing a deal to supply the smart phone Samsung Galaxy S4 to U.S. government agencies. The deal is done since Samsung won approval from the Pentagon security in early 2013.

South Korean giant company was negotiating a number of devices with the FBI and the U.S. Navy. With the agreement then Samsung followed the steps that have long dominated the BlackBerry devices that use the U.S. government.

Previously, the BlackBerry has enjoyed many exclusive contracts with different U.S. government agencies. But the Canadian company's contract had ended in 2012. In October 2012, the Pentagon announced plans to open an exclusive contract BlackBerry to other handset manufacturers. In the same month, Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency announced it would replace America all BlackBerry devices with Apple's iPhone.

While the Samsung Galaxy S4 won Pentagon approval in early 2013. Smart phones that used for the U.S. government and military departments relating to the Department of Defense network, which requires high security standards.

Samsung Galaxy S4 will come with an extra layer of security software called Knox. The technology to separate personal data and corporate data. Knox system uses 256-bit AES encryption. Thus, the device can create a virtual private network connections over a single knock and improving management control of mobile devices.