This week, Nokia Conversations, an online portal which offers news and reviews on the latest developments from the Finnish handset manufacturer, asked readers what they think to be the most important business feature on a device.
Of the options respondents get to choose from, easy connectivity with exchange-based email is listed first, with file synchronisation via computer hardware second.
Next up is access to push email, while an integrated SIP client was noted as a possible important inclusion for others. A qwerty keyboard, touchscreen, high quality materials and separate modes for work and private use were also mentioned, as were cameras, battery life and productivity-based applications.
“In this day of always-on entrepreneurs, life-work balance and greater business features across a portfolio of devices does it still make sense to separate out some features … to make a phone more business-savvy?,” the site asked.
Previously, Nokia Conversations sought to find out what the most vital feature on a music-based phone was, with the winning option revealed as good battery life.
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