Samsung Galaxy S III
Samsung Galaxy S III
Six sensors embedded in the phone keep the screen bright while you're looking at it, know when you've been away for a while and will vibrate for missed call or text alerts—just a few of the features designed to keep you perpetually in the loop.
Motorola Atrix HD
The handset includes productivity apps like Quickoffice, which lets the user create and edit documents, as well as advanced security features, including password protection and inactivity timeouts and government-grade data encryption on both the device and Secure Digital (SD) card.
Apple iPhone 4S
Arguably the most stylish smartphone on the market, the iPhone's dual cameras allow for video conferencing, while the dozens of high-quality productivity apps available through Apple's App Store keep you working, wherever you are.
Nokia Lumia 900
AT&T recently announced the Windows Phone 7.5 Refresh, widely known as WP Tango, is about to land on the handset, considered the best of all smartphones running Microsoft's Windows operating system.
BlackBerry Curve 9320
Business-centric BlackBerry devices now tap more deeply into social networks, and the Curve 9320 also comes with the new BlackBerry 7.1 OS, which supports features such as Mobile Hotspot and WiFi calling.
HTC One X
The 4.7-inch Gorilla Glass screen is durable and scratch-resistant, and battery life is impressively long, making this perfect for field workers or road warriors. An array of wireless connectivity features, including Bluetooth 4.0, keeps you connected on the go.
Motorola Droid Razr Maxx
This handset comes equipped with corporate email, remote wipe and data security, and government-grade encryption capabilities, as well as preloaded apps like GoToMeeting, Quickoffice and the MotoPrint wireless printing app.
Samsung Galaxy Note
Not quite a tablet, not quite a smartphone, the Note "phablet" features a 5.3-inch display with a stylus, while Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync offers optimized secure access to enterprise resources. Cisco WebEx brings Web conferencing, instant messaging, telephony, and fixed mobile communication capabilities round out the package.
BlackBerry Torch 9860
The Torch 9860 boasts the largest touch-screen on a BlackBerry smartphone, and BlackBerry Balance technology enables the device to be used for business and personal purposes, such as allowing the use of personal apps while restricting copy-and-paste functionality to prevent business information from being shared.
Sporting VPN, remote device-locking via Short Message Service (SMS), support for a variety of document formats, including Word, PowerPoint and Excel, and a bevy of productivity applications, the E7-00 is designed with business in mind. It has a stylish design with full QWERTY keyboard to boot.