With the technology world growing in capacity, most people can do most of their business, if not all of it, from their smartphones. Smartphones have become practically indispensable, since they give people the ability to practice business and pleasure from any location.
Whether you are looking to optimize your business habits, looking for the best interface to catch up on your Direct TV DVR-ed shows, or a little bit of both, here are the top phones combining both desires:
- HTC One M8
Though there are rumors of an M9, the HTC One M8 has been applauded for both its speed and durability, as it has a sleek metal body and user-friendly interface. Unlike its plastic competitors, aesthetically the HTC One M8 favors the look of Apple’s iPhone with its understated accent lines.
HTC One M8 boasts of a sharp 5-inch display and quad-core processor with timesaving features such as Motion Launch, which allows users to activate the display simply by tapping twice. Additionally, the Snapdragon 801 processor boosted the battery life dramatically, making it one of the top-rated phones of this year.
- Apple iPhone 6
In true Apple form, the launch of the iPhone 6 has proven to surprise users yet again. Not only did Apple release two different sizes, iOS 8 is intuitive enough to use with one hand. Everything is at a user’s fingertips, literally, and the aesthetics of it are on point.
Its 8-megapixel camera (with flashy camera attachments available for purchase) and simple iPhone interface make easily makes Apple’s newest release one of the best phones of this year.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4 is one of the best business phablets available in terms of price and capability. It has a 5.7-inch display with a Quad HD resolution that is sharper and brighter than other two-handed phones. Its large screen exhibits such high resolution that it is perfect for both catching up on the big game while also flawlessly keeping in contact with clients. Its powerful processor and built-in stylus add to its business ease making it the perfect notepad.
One of the Note’s best features is its multi-tasking ability to run two applications at the same time in a split-screen view. Users can resize the windows by dragging the border that divides the apps in order to orient the windows to be side by side or stacked vertically.
- LG G3
The LG G3 was the world’s first sharpest display, as it has a QHD screen, meaning it has four times the pixels of some other phones. Users had high hopes for the G3, as the LG G2 was one of the best phones on the market, so far the G3 has not disappointed.
It has laser based auto-focus, improved design, a simplified interface, and a 5.5-inch screen, putting it on phablet territory. It additionally has a removable battery pack and memory card slot.
When it comes to finding the right phone for both business and personal use, these are the tops picks with the best bang for your buck.