After Sony, Samsung is now also working on an OEMConfig App: Knox Service Plugin (KSP). The app will be made publicly available this spring. So you don’t have to wait for the EMM providers to implement the new features aka Policies, you can use new functions and policies from day 1. Later there will be the possibility to manage KME and Zero-Touch from one single point.
Today, Samsung announced support for OEMConfig, a new Android standard that enables OEMs to create custom device features and controls that can be immediately and consistently offered by Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) providers.
Android Enterprise offers a simple bulk, over-the-air enrollment method called zero-touch enrollment. Samsung also offers Knox Mobile Enrollment, which provides similar functionality for Samsung devices as part of their Knox Deployment Program (KDP).
Google and Samsung have developed a common client library for service providers with a single set of APIs that will integrate with both Android zero-touch capable devices and Samsung devices. Distribution of the library will begin this spring 2019 with Google and Samsung supporting ecosystem partners as they move to this simplified integration model.