Staying productive and efficient, even while on-the-go, is important. Especially for small business owners, it’s important to choose the proper phone for essential business needs. If you’re looking for a great business phone, consider these four suggestions.
1. BlackBerry Z10
BlackBerry smartphones have long been recognized as the top business phones available, and the BlackBerry Z10 is a great choice. Equipped with top smartphone features, such as voice control, NFC, and video with screen share, it makes completing daily business tasks simple.
The BlackBerry Z10 also comes with many productivity apps for business, such as BlackBerry Remember and an intelligent calendar. With 16 GB of internal storage, you can save and share countless business files right on your phone. Plus, it uses the new BlackBerry 10 operating system to help you complete business tasks quicker and more efficiently.
2. iPhone 5
The iPhone was once a phone ideal for the regular consumer, but in 2011, it surpassed BlackBerry as the top business phone, capturing 45 percent of the business market compared to 32.2 percent for BlackBerry.
The top iPhone on the market has an amazing battery life, lasting 8-10 hours on a full charge, meaning that you can save time charging your phone and spend more time on productive tasks. Ultra-fast wireless connections help you get things done faster while over 900,000 apps in the App Store can aid in your daily business tasks.
3. Samsung Galaxy S4
Writer Amy Gahran is an independent writer and mobile technology enthusiast considers the Samsung Galaxy S4 May Be Better for Business than Apple’s iPhone 5. Gahran argues the Samsung Galaxy S4’s features surpass those of the iPhone 5 for business use. She takes into account the following features: a) a larger screen, measuring 5.0 inches b) more memory, expandable up to 64 GB c) Android Jellybean OS and d) a removable battery which can be replaced during work hours instead of charging the phone when it dies.
While the 13-mexapixel camera on this smartphone is excellent, its flash feature can become quite annoying, but you won’t have to worry about that for long. A new camera sensor developed by researchers at Nanyang Technical University in Singapore senses both visible and infrared light to eliminate the need for a flash. So you can say goodbye to the annoying flash and welcome innovative smartphone cameras without any flash in the near future.
4. Samsung Galaxy Note II
There’s a reason that Samsung decided to create a phone that features a 5.5-inch screen display, and it all ties into productivity. This “phablet,” or phone-tablet, allows you perform mobile tasks easier, such as sending emails and taking notes. Plus, instead of settling for a computer, phone, or tablet, you can get it all in one convenient device that you can take with you on-the-go or at business meetings. Additional top features include 4G LTE, up to 64 GB user memory, GPS, NFC, an 8 megapixel camera, and much more.
Tommy Whyer is a freelance writer who knows the importance of using your phone to the fullest capability.
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