Smartphones have become an essential part of day-to-day business life. With the use of smartphones comes the ability of company owners to call, message and e-mail clients using just one gadget.
With thousands of models available in the market, choosing a smartphone that will work for your business cannot be an easy task. To see if you can squeeze every penny that you will spend for business phones, you have to contrast and compare the performance of each and every smartphone currently available. To make the job easier, some news outlets have compiled a list of the best business smartphones that you may consider for your business needs.
Business News Daily's No. 1 business smartphone for 2017 is none other than Samsung's Galaxy S7. Performance-wise, it is one of the best in the market especially considering how quick its response time is. However, the most noteworthy feature of Galaxy S7 is its split-screen multitasking, which allows users to open two apps at the same time. This would especially be helpful for comparing business data.
One of the top business smartphone for Tech Radar is iPhone 7. Apple's iPhone has accumulated quite a number of loyal supporters who are always ready to buy the new one that comes out. For Tech Radar, the iPhone 7 makes for a great business smartphone mainly because its performance exceeded that of its predecessors, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. In addition to the fast performance, the iPhone 7 also has a water resistant body, perfect for employees who travel around for business.
If you are looking for a phone that can withstand great pressure and has great battery life, Sony Xperia XZ would be a great business smartphone for your company. Sony added each and every best feature of its previous smartphones to Xperia XZ: waterproof, top-quality design and long-lasting battery life. While a bit pricey, you can be sure that it will take years before you have to replace it since it is also waterproof.
If you are thinking about buying a business laptop, you might consider Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga. Jobs & Hire previously reported that it has a battery life of up to 16 hours.