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Your work takes you to clients’ offices and distant cities, to business dinners and scouting trips. When you need to leave your office behind, the right smartphone can give you a strategic, competitive advantage. Here’s what to look for—and why one of the Samsung Galaxy Series models might be the best business smartphone for you.
In these times of “agile” offices and frequent business travel, most corporate IT decision makers think the use of smartphones in the workplace increases productivity, and many companies are opting to pay for employee smartphones. But whether or not your company is picking up the tab, you should be smart about choosing the right business smartphone.
To get the optimum business benefit from your smartphone, look for features and qualities that can elevate your device from a mere portable office into an indispensable tool that helps to increase your on-the-road productivity. So what are the features of an ideal smartphone for business use?
HTC is committed to melding innovative technology with human insight to create personal experiences that enrich people’s lives. With a history of creating high quality products and great experiences for customers worldwide, HTC has achieved many industry firsts, including:
- 1080 pixel display - HTC DRIOD DNA (2012)
- 4G LTE Windows Phone - HTC TITAN II (2012)
- Smartphone with f2.0 aperture - HTC One X and S (2012)
- Smartphone with Beats Audio – HTC Rezound (2011)
- 4G LTE smartphone on Verizon and AT&T – HTC Thunderbolt and the HTC Vivid (2011)
- 4G smartphone launched in the U.S. – the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint (2010)
- HTC Sense smartphone – HTC Hero (2009)
- Integrated GSM/WiMAX 4G phone launched in the world (Russia) – HTC Max 4G (2008)
- Android device – T-Mobile G1 (2008)
- Microsoft Windows Mobile 6 Pocket PC with intuitive TouchFLO touch screen technology – HTC Touch (2007)
- Tri-band UMTS 3G device on the Microsoft Windows Mobile platform – Cingular 8525 (2006)
- Tri-band UMTS PDA (2005)
- 3G Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 device – HTC Universal (2005)
- 3G CDMA Windows Mobile 5 phone – PPC-6700 (Sprint) and XV6700 (Verizon) (2005)
- Microsoft Smart Music Phone – SDA/SDA Music (2004)
- Large 2.8" TFT touch-screen LCD display – O2 XDA/T-Mobile Germany MDA/T-Mobile PPC Phone (2002)
- Microsoft-powered smartphone (“Stinger”) – the SPV (2002)
- Microsoft wireless Pocket PC – XDA, MDA and PPC (2002)
- Microsoft Pocket PC – Compaq iPAQ (2000)
- Color palm-size PC (1999)
Sony Mobile is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corporation, a leading global innovator of audio, video, game, communications, key device and information technology products for both the consumer and professional markets.
With its music, pictures, computer entertainment and online businesses, Sony is uniquely positioned to be the leading electronics and entertainment company in the world.
Through its Xperia™ smartphone and tablet portfolio, Sony Mobile delivers the best of Sony technology, premium content and services, and easy connectivity to Sony’s world of networked entertainment experiences.
Xperia™ products combine stand-out design and superior entertainment technology with the powerful performance consumers would expect from a Sony smartphone and tablet. They let consumers play, watch, listen and create all within the world of Sony: via the Sony Entertainment Network, Xperia users can watch Hollywood blockbusters on Video Unlimited, stream music from a catalogue of millions of songs on Music Unlimited and enjoy games from PlayStation Mobile. And with simple connectivity consumers can share their entertainment across devices and screens