RHINO PACE A1

A low-cost LTE smartphone designed for enterprise.

MSRP: $149.99
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Rhino Pace A1 Enterprise Smartphone

A Smartphone Built For Enterprise

Based on years of working with our customers, the PACE A1 has been produced to meet the recommended needs of enterprise with three core goals: devoid of bloatware with pure Android, second-to-none compatibility with Android Enterprise for modern management, and prioritization of security throughout the product. All of this in an affordable smartphone and all the accessories to hit the ground running.

Ready for Enterprise

A low-cost enterprise smartphone made for high-volume deployment across multiple industries - from healthcare to retail and more. Discover our verticals.

RHINO PACE A1 Front
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3 Year Lifecycle

The PACE A1 is guaranteed to be in production and available for a minimum of 3 years. Plus you get security updates the entire time.

GMS Certified

The PACE A1 is Google Mobile Services certified, so you get Google Search, Chrome, YouTube, and the best of Google.

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RHINO PACE A1 Specifications

DIMENSIONS (LWH)
5.92 x 2.79 x 0.4 (inches)

DISPLAY
5.5" HD + IPS
480 x 960 resolution

CAMERA
Front: 5 MP full-frame
Rear: 8 MP auto-focus

BATTERY
Usage: 8+ hours
Standby: 100 days
Capacity: 2400mAh
Charging Port: USB Type C, USB 2.0
Fast Charge: Yes
Removable: Yes

OS
Android 11

AUDIO
Wake word support

PROCESSOR
MediaTek MT8765 Quad Core

MEMORY
32GB + 3GB RAM
Expandable MicroSD (up to 256GB)

CONNECTIVITY
LTE Cat 4
2G: 2/3/5/8
3G: 2/4/5
4G: 2/4/5/12/13/25/26/41/66/71
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth 4.2

SENSORS
Accelerometer
Barometer
Location: GPS, AGPS

CERTIFICATIONS
FCC, CE, MSDS, UN38.3, PTCRB, DoE, PRO65
Google GMS certified
ioXt certified

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WHAT’S IN THE BOX:
RHINO PACE A1
USB-C cable (USB 2.0)
Charger block
Quick start guide

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Powered by Android. Google-certified. Bloat-free.

The ecosystem has spoken. There is high demand for stock Android Enterprise smartphones with an emphasis on security, user experience, and frequent software updates. The PACE A1 is built from the ground up with these recommendations in mind.

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Android Enterprise 5.5" Smartphone

Frequently Asked Questions

A good enterprise smartphone should meet a number of baseline criteria including security, durability, availability, and meeting any requirements for budget and costs. Devices that are built and managed using Android Enterprise already check a lot of these boxes, so that organizations can trust that their devices will be working and protected from day one.

Security is a top issue for enterprises today. A multi-layered approach to security that encompasses both hardware and software is a key strategy. This includes separation of work data from personal data, sandboxing app data, and scanning for malware and potentially harmful apps (PHAs) are all critical factors.

Device management is another top issue - ensuring that an entire fleet of smartphones, tablets, and other devices can be easily deployed, managed, and configured. Android Enterprise devices can be provisioned out-of-the-box thanks to Zero-touch enrollment.

First you must make sure that Android Enterprise is available in your region and country. Next you must select an Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solution, such as our Mambo Mobility platform, and ensure that the devices you want to deploy can be enrolled in your EMM platform. All Rhino Mobility and private label solutions created by Social Mobile are compatible with Mambo or any other EMM solution available today.

Locking down an Android Enterprise devices means limiting what your enterprise workers can or cannot do with the device. This may include limiting app usage or installation, separating business apps from personal apps, and more. Typically an enterprise will first determine which device policy modes they will support - Work Profile Mode, Work Managed Device Mode, Managed Device with Work Profile (COPE) mode and Work Profile on Company Owned. Once a mode is selected, the Enterprise IT Team will typically use the EMM platform to define and enforce the lockdown policies.

Here are five things to consider when shopping for an enterprise smartphone for your business:

  1. Components & Specifications - does the phone have the correct specs and components to do the job?
  2. Security - can the phone be secured against malware and other threats to your business and business data?
  3. Management - how easy is it to manage a large number of phones across your entire organization?
  4. Availability - what is the phone's product lifecycle and will it be available to order 3-5 years from now?
  5. Total Cost of Ownership - what is the TCO of the phone once you factor in third-party logistics for staging, kitting, and other managed services?

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