Smartphones That Can Power Up Your Productivity Need backup? The smartphone is your new personal assistant.
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Doing more with less is the norm for small businesses. Everyone is responsible for booking their own appointments, holding their own calls and dashing off their own memos. Luckily, today's smartphones are commoditizing these basic functions, packing more timesaving, problem-solving features into each new generation of handsets. Upgrade to one of our picks and power up your productivity.
Nokia Lumia 900 ($100)
With soft, curved edges and a bright cyan color option, the 900 looks like a toy, and its Windows-powered 4.3-inch display does play very well with all sorts of Microsoft products, from Excel to Xbox. The 16 GB of storage (with no expansion slots) can be boosted to 41 GB by accessing Microsoft's Skydrive cloud service for free. That service is fairly seamless when running on super-fast LTE wireless networks.