Symbol TC55 Touch Computer by Zebra Technologies—Business with a Personal Touch
Workers need the Symbol TC55 Touch computer by Zebra Technologies (formally Motorola TC55) access to critical applications out in the field. They also want a business device that is every bit as small, sleek, and easy to use as their own personal smartphones, but today’s smartphones fall far short of the feature set needed in business. The TC55 pocket-sized all touch computer has it all: smartphone ergonomics, good looks, and best-in-class practical business durability, combined with all the functionality workers need to work smarter and better serve their customers.
Enterprise-class comprehensive data capabilities help automate and reduce cycle times so that workers can capture virtually any type of data at the press of a button: 1D/2D bar codes in practically any condition, documents, photos, signatures, videos and NFC-based information. The best audio support in its class, with two front-facing speakers, two microphones, and noise canceling technology ensure crystal clear audio on both ends of a call. Plus, the TC55 is loaded with features that give it long-lasting durability, making it easy to achieve an average three-year lifespan. The TC55 is built for the enterprise.
Google Mobile Services (GMS) on TC55 Touch Computer
Featuring Google Mobile Services (GMS), the TC55 is the first Zebra mobile computer with two Android configurations: standard configuration and professional configuration. The standard configuration provides the functionality that most Android smartphone users are very familiar with and offers a suite of integrated Google applications known as Google Mobile Services (GMS), including popular and convenient applications such as Google Maps, Gmail, Google Play (app store), Google Search, Google Talk, Chrome browser and more. The professional configuration does not provide a suite of integrated Google applications within Google Mobile Services and as a result, application and software updates are controlled by the customer and not through Google. The professional configuration limits access by employees to what may be viewed as non-work related applications such as personal email, games, or non-business web content. Applications are made available through our App Gallery and additional security and device management can be obtained through our Mobility Extensions (Mx) and MDM partners.