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Here are some of our favorites that you can use as a business phone. We recommend that you either take out a contract or buy one at company expense and slip a SIM into it with lots of minutes and SMS.

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Best for business: Google Pixel XL

If money isn’t an issue and you want the best of the best for your business phone, we love the Google Pixel XL. With a 5.5-inch display – half an inch bigger than the regular Pixel – it’s a nice big phablet with plenty of screen space to play with, and the best thing next to the poor old Samsung Galaxy. Note 7.

Its specs are impressive, with fabulous processing power and plenty of internal storage, and assembled in such a way as to run perfectly raw Android (7.0 Nougat, nothing less). Plus, you won’t run out of juice too soon with the 3,450mAh battery.

The Pixel XL isn’t specifically focused on business like, say, BlackBerry phones, but it will do whatever you need with no fuss – and stand the test of time for a while.

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The best of Apple: iPhone X

iPhone X

iOS plus your thing? Your best bet is a brand new iPhone X – the best and fastest iPhone ever. With a 5.8 inch screen, you get a good amount of screen space, only the handset itself isn’t too big, so it’s still easy to hold. All of your business apps are present and correct in the App Store, and if the old Apple vs FBI fiasco is anything to go by, we know iPhones are really, really secure.

And since you’ll only be using it for work, the lack of a headphone jack – or #headphonejackgate, as kids certainly don’t call it – is less of a problem.

For security: BlackBerry Priv

BlackBerry Priv

Yes, BlackBerry phones are still alive and well, even though the company no longer makes its own phones. What’s great about the BlackBerry Priv is that it combines all of the user-friendly features we’ve grown to love from BlackBerries – like high powered security and that all-important QWERTY keyboard – with an Android interface.

So you’ll get things like additional security settings, system checks, and notifications when apps request access to your data… and all the apps you could want from the Google Play Store. Perfect.

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Business on a low budget: OnePlus 6

OnePlus 6

If budget is your primary driver, consider the OnePlus 6. Pleasantly upscale but without a hefty price tag, the OnePlus 6 delivers power, performance, and great looks to boot.

Powered by the fierce Snapdragon 845 processor (also seen in the Galaxy S9), there’s plenty here to keep your multitasking smooth and efficient throughout the day. Whether you go for 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, or 8GB of RAM and 128GB, there’s a lot to enjoy about this mid-range beauty.

With its massive 6.3-inch display, fast charging, and access to Google Assistant, the OnePlus 6 is a great option if you want to keep costs down.

For office tools galore: Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung galaxy note 9

In short, the Galaxy Note 9 is the most powerful smartphone Samsung has ever produced. Look past a massive 6.3-inch AMOLED display and you’ll find a powerful Snapdragon 845 processor, loads of RAM, and a massive 4000mAh battery to meet your work demands.

The unique S Pen is still the Galaxy Note’s main selling point. It slips into a hidden hole in the base of the phone and has been slimmed down to perfection. You can also recreate the view of your desktop with its Dex desktop system by plugging the Note 9 into a monitor.

Add a microSD slot, wireless charging, and, surprisingly – but welcome – a headphone jack, and you’re good to go.


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