Google devices are generally free of any kind of malware and problems, but sometimes, it is just better to have some kind of extra protection for your device since you never know when your device can be attacked by a malicious virus. Keeping this consideration, recently Norton in collaboration with Samsung announced that Norton Mobile Security software would soon be made available for all the Galaxy line phones from Samsung. This is no doubt great news for the owners of Galaxy phones since they would have fool proof security for their devices and would be able to enjoy the fun the way it should be.
In this recently made announcement, it was told that a full-featured, complimentary 90-day subscription of the anti-virus software would be released for the Galaxy devices pretty soon. Users would be able to download the software from Samsung apps. Norton’s anti-virus software is some of the finest in the world and this software would also allow some of the finest features of protection for the devices. These features include Remote Locate, Remote Lock, Remote Wipe,Anti-malware,SDCard Scanning, and Automatic LiveUpdate. So a lot of useful features that are available on complimentary scale for 90 days should not be denied at all and if you own a Galaxy phone, you should certainly go for this chance. Various Samsung phones that would have this update include Galaxy S2 LTE, Galaxy S2, Galaxy Neo, Galaxy S Hoppin and Galaxy A.
Google is quite efficient when it comes to providing security for the devices that run Android OS and so far, no serious threats and complaints have been received about the Android devices on this front. There might be some rare problems in the functionality and technical specs but from the aspect of security, these devices are generally quite safe. So with the collaboration of Norton, your voice and data would be even safer then ever and this would be a second layer of solid protection for your device. For most people tight security might not be a necessity, particularly in the presence of already existing security tools. But for some people, security is the foremost concern in the presence of important transactions and mails. Keeping this in consideration, this move has been made by Samsung and Norton and would ensure that best possible security is provided for all these devices.