Blackberry Q10

Blackberry Q10 next to iPhone
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Are you worried about compromising work information while using your smart phone? The Blackberry Q10 addresses this issue using its Blackberry Balance feature. This enables small business owners to use the smart phones for both work and play since it creates two different profiles for work and personal use. This way, work information is kept secure. Another powerful feature of the Blackberry Q10 is the Blackberry Remember feature that allows users to plan and manage projects from the smartphone. Other features that are perfect for small businesses include Documents To Go and Adobe Reader as well as easy sharing with NFC.

Apple iPhone 5s

iPhone 5s
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Apple’s iPhone 5s has features that were unrealized until this new series was released. It boasts a 64-bit architecture, fingerprint identity sensor, and an M7 coprocessor that works hand in hand with the A7 chip. In addition to these powerful core features, the iPhone 5s also prides itself in its iSight camera, Facetime HD camera, an ultrafast LTE connection, and the iCloud that allows users to access files from any Apple device. The features of the iPhone 5s will allow small business owners to easily manage business from their phone and effortlessly connect with clients.

Google Nexus 5

Google Nexus 5 phone
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When it comes to mobile technology, Google is one of the most trusted names in the industry. Simple yet stunning–this defines Google’s Nexus 5. It prides itself on a 5-inch screen, full-HD display, ultrafast 3G/LTE wireless connection, and the all new Android 4.4, KitKat, that lets users get things done while still having enough power for entertainment like games, movies, and many others. Nexus 5 is available with 16GB and 32GB storage.

HTC One M8

Aside from its elegant all-metal body, its features include the one-tap ability to wake up the phone for easier access; the ability to access all recent apps directly just by swiping on the phone even when turned off, which allows users to display the most recent news and updates from their social networks. But perhaps the most powerful feature for small business owners is HTC One M8’s microSD card slot that can store up to 128GB of content.

Samsung Galaxy S5

With its 5.10-inch display and 1080x1920-pixel resolution, small business owners now have a bigger work space for easier use. It has a 1.9GHz processor, 2GB RAM, and 16GB of storage for optimum performance for basic business use. But what users love about this smart phone is its impressive battery life, which keeps users in the loop longer.

There are many more smartphones in the market to choose from. Ultimately, the best smart phone for your business depends on personal choice and your business’ needs.

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