Google recently announced, “Android zero-touch enrollment experience” targeted at Enterprise customers. HMD is listed by Google as one of the partners that will bring new Android smartphones with zero-touch update experience. Nokia 2 and Nokia 9 are two of the upcoming Nokia Android phones which have featured in lots of recent leaks. So, may be Nokia 9 will come with zero-touch enrollment feature.

From Google’s official blog post,

We’re working with our device partners including Samsung, Huawei, Sony, LG Electronics, HMD Global Oy Home of Nokia Phones, BlackBerry smartphones, HTC, Motorola, Honeywell, Zebra, and Sonim with additional OEMs to be added soon to deliver the zero-touch experience to enterprises. The Huawei Mate 10, Sony Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact specifically will be among the first devices to support zero-touch in the coming weeks and of course, other devices from our OEM partners will launch soon.

Android zero-touch enrollment experience allows Android update rollouts to be more seamless and secure. With zero-touch enrollment, companies can configure the devices they purchase and pre-install management and required settings. This makes these devices ready to use for employees.

Via: Google