“Business as usual” for executives and businessmen these days isn’t like the usual business cycles of previous centuries. Apart from the innovative growth of computers used in businesses everywhere (from cash registers to iPads and big bulky computers to Macs) executives are also advancing up the corporate ladder with the help of their handheld technologies. It all started with the BlackBerry, but we’ve heard news that big enterprises are starting to turn their backs on RIM to get their hands on the iPhone 4S. Is it a good move for big and busy executives? Well I personally think not. BlackBerry features that made a lasting impression on CEOs (which would probably make them sell used iPhone in the long run)were simple but effective methods, a very adaptable design and a sleek business-like demeanor. It’s like choosing between a tall, sexy woman and a small, witty girl for your interns. At the end of the day, you want someone (or something) that will help you get the job done. So if you, Mr. CEO (or future CEO) would ever like to sell used iPhone someday to get a better smartphone, here are smarter alternatives for your daily business needs (like emails, web browsing and calls)!
Motorola Droid 4
There are a lot of things that made the iPhone 4S a poor choice for busy executives. One of these is the very narrow keys on the virtual keyboard which is a pain in the ass for CEOs who use their iPhones for emailing a lot. Here’s a solution to that: Sell used iPhone and get a better smartphone that’s just like the iPhone 4S but has a real keyboard for your rabid email typing. Motorola Droid 4 marries two great features successfully by bringing in a 4-inch capacitive touch screen in a just-right 540×960 screen resolution (275ppi) and partnering it with a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard. It is a little heavier and thicker than the iPhone 4S’ 140g (versus 178g) and 9mm (versus 13mm)but is way better because it’s waterproof! Another perfect reason to sell used iPhone for this smartphone is that it has Adobe Flash support and has a faster browser than the iPhone 4S and supports LTE technology. A powerful person would definitely want a powerful smartphone with a 1.2GHz Dual core processor with 1024MB of RAM.Yes, that’s Motorola Droid 4, ladies and gentlemen.
BlackBerry Bold 9900
I did say a while ago that the BlackBerry started it all, and I still believe in this little email machine for businessmen like you. While it is true that BlackBerry Bold is very unbecoming these days (what with all the issues surrounding RIM’s market downfall), I believe that it is still the perfect PDA for very busy executives who have no time for downloading productivity apps to make their smartphones smart enough for their enterprises. The physical, full QWERTY keyboard is spaced wide enough to be spelling-blooper proof. It also has better and faster processing units with a 1.2 GHz single core processor with 768MB RAM which makes it 50 percent more responsive. The bulging RAM difference also makes the BB better for multitasking while you’ll probably want to sell used iPhone because of slow responding and even crashing apps!
Author Bio:– Crystal Sanders is a writer and blogger who specialize writing about technology and gadgets. She is a techgeek and is currently working for cashforiphones.com – a place where you can sell an iPhone for cash.