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16 Nov 2021
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The best new business smartphones coming to the UK in 2022

Five of the best new business smartphones that entrepreneurs and business owners can consider buying in 2022
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As a small business owner or entrepreneur, your business smartphone is a virtual office in itself. Considering all it does as your communication centre, assistant, organiser and entertainment console, you need to periodically upgrade it. If you’re considering buying a new phone, here are the best business smartphones coming to you in 2022.

A good business smartphone should suit your specific needs. Whether it’s more storage, processing speed or high resolution camera, your business smartphone should help you work faster and smarter. Any of these five phones should help you do precisely that.

5 best business smartphones coming to the UK in 2022

iPhone SE Plus

According to several news sources, Apple will launch its iPhone SE Plus sometime in 2022. Likely to be its cheapest device that supports 5G, it’s rumoured to have a full-screen design with a 5.5 or 6.1 inch display.

It might also have Touch ID in its power button, following in the design language of the iPhone 8. If you want to upgrade to a 5G-supported iPhone, the SE Plus is a great buy considering its price and the app ecosystem suited for entrepreneurs.

Sony Xperia Pro-I

You may not have to wait until next year as Sony Xperia Pro-I might be launched this December. With a Gorilla Glass Victus front, this sturdy phone will be 166 x 72 x 8.9 mm with a display of 6.5 inches.

With 12GB RAM and 512GB internal memory, the business smartphone will have a 12 MP camera with Zeiss optics, making it ideal for taking photos of documents. The advanced videography capabilities would allow you to shoot videos of your products or services.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

If you’re a Samsung user, the Galaxy S21 FE should interest you. An upgrade on the S20 FE released last year, the new version comes with a 6.7 inch Super AMOLED display. With 128GB internal storage (expandable up to 1TB) and 8GB RAM, the phone certainly packs a punch for daily business use.

With a triple rear camera and a 4800mAh battery, the phone boasts fast charging. With face unlock and fingerprint sensor, security too is assured with the S21 FE. The 32MP selfie camera is precisely what you need for high-definition video calls.

Moto E20

Already out in the market, the Moto E20 has a 6.5 inch display, powered by a resolution of 720x1600 pixels. If you’re looking for a budget-friendly second phone that’s not the most advanced but has credible specs, this is the model you should be looking at.

With just 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, it’s certainly not the most powerful. But it’s worth noting that its battery life will suit those who use the phone mostly for calls and texts. You may not be able to access apps with ease but it could be a good option if you use it as your customer support phone, for example.

Samsung Galaxy S22

You can expect a new series from Samsung every spring. The company is expected to release its Galaxy S22 sometime in February 2022. Expect regular, Plus and Ultra versions, with Ultra rumoured to be getting a 200Mp camera.

As its existing users know, the Galaxy series has some of the most business-friendly smartphones that feature a built-in stylus and exceptional processing power.

In short

If what you want is a second number, we should add that you don’t have to buy a new device. You can get an additional number through a second-line app. But if you’re upgrading to a new phone, any of these business smartphones should serve your purpose.

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