This is a Guest Post by Marcus

Today, we rely more and more on technology, and the best indicator of this is an exalted place that mobile devices (or more specifically phones) have in our lives. This caused a lot of effort by people trying to figure out what phone would be an optimal pocket companion. However, as always in life, it is futile to ask the question: what is the best phone out there. The right question would be- what phone is best for you. This question, is not an easy one to answer on either and you must first determine what your expectations are in an ideal phone.

Minding the features:

There are several features that make your phone what it is. The quality of camera, the size of the screen, processor and battery, can all be determining factors. Diversification of this kind can also help you focus on what you are looking for in the phone. By looking at the individual features, you can easily pinpoint its most optimal purpose. With this in mind, we decided to create a division consisting of several categories. Each one of this, will consist of phones that are considered ideal for the given task.

Optimal business phones:

When it comes to business and technology in the same sentence, the first thing that must cross your mind is Microsoft. Here your best option would be, to go with one of the long awaited Microsoft Lumia phones. Both Microsoft Lumia 950 and Microsoft Lumia 950 XL are optimal business phones for several reasons. First reason for this is that this by just attaching them to a monitor and adding a portable keyboard to them, you can pretty much turn any of these two phones into a real desktop computer. This is just perfect for giving presentations since you can play them from your own phone. All of this is of course made possible since both of these Lumia’s come with a latest version of office already installed. A portable office, in your pocket, what more can a business person ask for.

Business Mobiles
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Travelling companion:

If what you need is a travel phone, there are several things you should to focus on. First of all there are so many great travel apps, which can make your trip not only significantly easier but also a lot more cost-effective. However, in order for your phone to manage to sustain all of them it will most definitely need a powerful battery. Another thing that will come in extremely handy for your travels abroad is having a dual SIM option, since this way, you can completely eliminate the price of roaming. Having both of these things in mind, your safest bet is probably either Huawei Ascend P8 Lite Dual SIM or LG’s latest technological accomplishment LG G4 Dual SIM.

A phone for casual use:

What you need for casual use is, first for your phone to be cost-effective and second, that it performs admirably without any problems or setbacks whatsoever. For this reason, you need a phone with a strong processor and powerful internet connectivity. With this in mind, you simply cannot go wrong with either HTC Desire 626Q Dual SIM or Sony Xperia M5 Dual SIM. As far as the reviews go, investing in any of these two phones is a safe bet.

Best phone for a teenager:

Now, some would think that getting a phone for a teenager would be easier but this can yet prove to be hardest one of all. First thing teen would need is a quality camera so he or she can upload numerous pictures taken with their friends. Next, phone needs to have a lot of memory, in order for gigabytes and gigabytes of songs to be successfully stored. And finally, since vanity in the millennials is not something to be disregarded, it needs to be produced by a certain brand. For this reason alone, iPhone 6/6S and Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 Edge are the most obvious solution.

Choosing a best mobile phone?
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Finally, how satisfied you are going to be with a phone, depends both on phone but you as well. Just determine what phone features you value the most and then find a phone which excels in that general area. The best thing is that there are no right or wrong solutions. There are only right and wrong phones for you personally. Because of this, you need to choose wisely.

This Guest Post is Submitted By: Marcus

Marcus (Google+) is an Australian IT support professional. He’s running his own business, working with companies that outsource their IT maintenance. He often writes about technology, business and marketing and is a regular contributor on several sites.

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