There was a time when every corporate person had a Blackberry phone, but with the arrival of Smartphones the demise of blackberry started, and now it’s nothing more than a name on some history page. Companies like Apple, HTC, Samsung and Nokia are replacing it with their latest Smartphones crammed with many business centred applications. They all have important business features like Email, Calendar and organizer and add little something extra for luring the firms towards them.
Here we are going to discuss Top 5 Smartphones for work:
Nokia Lumia 1520
It has the biggest screen of all the phones in this list, but rather than a hindrance, it’s a big advantage for corporate workers. As a part of Microsoft, it has a super smooth integration with your Windows based work PC and it comes with MS office from Microsoft, which helps in editing the presentations and documents on the go. Due to its big screen, it can easily replace your tablet and even you’re PC for some cases. Writing and editing on its 6 inch big screen is very easy, furthermore, it’s laced with a superfast quad-core processor and a very efficient camera. Its cloud integration helps in finding your firm data everywhere and integrated Skype app can be used for dealing with other peoples, face to face.
HTC One M8
Some call it the “best smartphone in this world”, and it certainly lives up to this reputation with a perfect blend of premium metal design, and high function ability. Its impressive design will surely turn some faces and make you feel special. With a powerful quad-core processor and 2 GB RAM it delivers remarkable performance. HTC One M8 is HTCpro certified, which adds additional corporate functionality and mobile device management tools specifically for enterprises.
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After the demise of blackberry, many enterprises are turning to Apple’s premium offerings. It’s a powerful and sleek device, but does come at a price. Apple adds a range of support for enterprise users like SSL VPN and data protection APIs. The fingerprint scanner provides an extra layer of security for more security cautious business persons. Apple’s digital personal assistant, Siri, also assists you in remembering meetings and appointments.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
If you are looking for a tablet sized smartphone then Galaxy Note 3 is a good option for you. It comes with a large 5.7 inch screen and an S-pen which enables a user to draw and write like a notebook. For creative businesses, this functionality of writing can be a very profitable features. It also performs desirably on other functions, making it a complete device. The only problem with this phone is its cheap feel accomplished by plastic body.
If you are still clinging to good old QWERTY keyboard then BlackBerry Q10 is the perfect device for you. Smartphones can be great for many things, but they can’t compete with typing experience provided by physical keys. With a small 3.1 inch touchscreen, it’s a custom made business device. IT departments of enterprises can take control of device via BES 10, and additional encryption for all your mails and messages are provided by BlackBerry itself. It may not be the best device to entertain yourself, but for business purposes there are few better than it.
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