Today's smartphones may have a strong emphasis on entertainment, but business users shopping for a phone are more interested in productivity and communications features.
If you're using a smartphone for business, tasks such as accessing e-mail while away from the office and the ability to work remotely are important.
With this in mind, a business smartphone needs strong text input, the latest wireless connectivity and plenty of storage. We round up the best business smartphones from top brands including Apple, Nokia, HTC, BlackBerry and Samsung.
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Despite antenna issues, Apple's iPhone 4 is definitely the best iPhone yet. Its superb design, outstanding display and excellent camera make it an ideal upgrade for owners of older Apple handsets and enticing for non-iPhone owners. Many competing smartphones can do more, but none of them do it in a manner that's as slick or polished as the iPhone 4.
- Review Date:
- 3rd Aug., 2010
- Ross Catanzariti
- Apple Computers Australia Pty Ltd