When selecting these handsets, we looked for a number of features:
• Performance, reliability and usability. A business handset gets a lot of use; we gave extra points for build quality, good battery life, and a sound user interface.
• Applications. Good email and web browsers are essential, but so are less extravagant applications like file management, document readers, PC file transfer tools and even multi-field address books. Smartphones score here (we’re defining ‘smartphones’ loosely as phones on to which additional applications can be downloaded).
• Adequate network support. Business handsets should come with a good choice of tariffs, extra support, and the kind of service levels that inspire confidence among users whose business life may well rely on their mobile.
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