Huawei Mate 20 Pro
Huawei is a Chinese manufacturer that has been steadily creating some incredible smartphones that offer features and specs that rival its more established and pricey Western rivals. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is the firm's best phone yet, and it's one of the top picks for the best business smartphone you can buy. It comes with a big 6.39-inch display with a QHD resolution and HDR10 support, as well as a big battery that lasted a day and a half.
Google Pixel 3
24 hours is how long you'll get on the Galaxy Pixel before having to connect to a charger.
Google's flagship phones are amazing performers, and the fact they come with stock Android without any irritating bloatware or complex user interfaces denotes they are good choices for business phones. The Google Pixel 3 is the latest entry and it offers a decent 5.5-inch full HD screen, a battery that's capable of the about 24-hour worth of use and one of the best cameras we've seen on a smartphone. If you desire a pure-Android experience, Pixel 3 is one of the best business smartphones you can buy.
Apple's iPhones are always popular choices with the good build quality, a simple user interface and a host of quality business apps at your fingertips.
The iPhone 8 is one of the latest offerings from Apple, and it's smarter, faster, and boasts a water-resistant body for the first time. While Apple has also released the more premium iPhone X, its high price tag makes that a hard smartphone to suggest for businesses. That's not to say the iPhone 8 is cheap. It isn’t. But if you're giving your team these phones, you're going to get more for your money.
If your firm is presently rocking iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets there's no need to upgrade, but for those with older devices, the iPhone 8 delivers a far superior experience.