As a business owner, it's important to be connected if you want to be successful. You're not just working 9:00 to 5:00, your job is your life. With this in mind, smartphones are becoming more and more popular for SMB owners and their staff to stay in touch 24 hours a day. But how do you know which one to choose?
Well, Enterprise Mobile Today has figured out their own little formula to narrow down what they consider the "Critics' Choice Top 5 Smartphones." The list is generated by checking out websites with smartphone reviews and seeing which ones receive consistently good reviews and high ratings. According to the article, CNET, Consumer Reports, LAPTOP Magazine, PC Magazine, and PC World's ratings were all used to generate the list.
The list is at follows:
1. Apple iPhone 3GS
Why it's good for business: it's fast, powerful, has a large selection of apps, and works well as a computer.
2. Motorola Droid
Carrier: Verizon Wireless
Why it's good for business: it has a large, high-quality display, free GPS navigation, it's fast and has a long battery life.
3. Research in Motion Blackberry Bold 9700
Carrier: T-Mobile and AT&T
Why it's good for business: it's slimmer and more attractive than other Blackberry models, and has a great display, keyboard, and optical trackpad.
4. Google Nexus One
Why it's good for business: it's fast, sleek and slim, has lots of extra features, and enhanced voice capabilities.
5. Motorola CLIQ
Why it's good for business: its design and construction are high-quality, as well as excellent call quality, speakerphone, a great keyboard, cloud-based PIM data backup, and syncs with Microsoft Exchange.