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Top Smartphone Choices For Legal Professionals

With so many smartphones on the market, and new ones debuting daily, finding the right phone can be difficult for legal processionals, even more difficult than how to find employment arbitrators in the first place – these options stand out from the rest.

iPhone 5

Apple’s newest iPhone was released in October of this year, and it can be a useful tool for a wide variety of users. If video chatting is important to you and your associates, or clients who also own an iPhone—or an iPad or iPod Touch—simply hop on apps like FaceTime to have those conversations face to face.

Not only does the iPhone 5 have a sleek and professional design, but Apple promises the powerful A6 chip makes this model the fastest iPhone ever. Lawyers can utilize this phone’s strong wi-fi and performance capabilities to quickly download and view important case files.

Samsung Galaxy Note II

Samsung’s “phablet,” a cross between a phone and a tablet, is not for everyone, but certain business owners will find this gadget invaluable. The Galaxy Note II has just hit the market. The included stylus is specifically useful if you input a lot of data. The “S pen” allows you can sketch graphs for your firm or add notes to an important legal document.

The top-of-the-line 1.6 GHz quad-core processor promises nothing but snappy performance when you use the device. You’ll have a hard time putting down the respectable screen, which features a true 16×9 aspect ratio. As an added bonus, Samsung’s mirroring functions make it easy to project your presentation on an external display.

Samsung Galaxy S III

More-reasonably sized with a 4.8″ Super AMOLED display with full HD capabilities, the powerful camera might be right up your alley if you’re shooting photos. The 8.0 MP sensor helps you take crisp photos full of detail.

The perfect phone for lawyers who typically work with other colleagues on cases, NFC-enabled, the Galaxy S III lets you share files with other smartphones within a 6-inch range. Samsung’s motion gestures also help you save time by recognizing when you want driving directions or need call a client.

Nokia Lumia 920

Microsoft has just announced a slew of new hardware featuring the just-released Windows 8, which works well on PCs and touch-screen devices alike. The Lumia 920, manufactured by Nokia, is the flagship phone that shows off just what the operating system is capable of.

Per usual, Nokia includes its capable PureView camera. The Lumia 920 is available in black, white, yellow and red. Perfect for lawyers who are already operating on a number of Windows devices, this phone also promises access to a number of compatible apps.

Asus PadFone

The PadFone might be one of the older devices on this list, but it’s still worth a mention. The PadFone is both a smartphone with a 4.3-inch display and a system that allows you to dock your smartphone into a station to power a tablet. The manufacturer’s DynamicDisplay technology makes it easy to mirror your display on the tablet without interrupting activities like video play.

A hardy battery gives you over 60 hours of talk time, making this perfect for any on-the-go attorney. Finally, the PadFone stylus also functions as a headset, letting you make calls right from your docking station, which also includes a physical keyboard to make typing briefs a cinch.

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  1. Michael Davis

    November 7, 2012 at 6:22 am

    I would like to put my vote on Nokia Lumia 920. The one and only reason is it runs in windows. That’s indeed could make some real difference.

  2. Paul

    November 7, 2012 at 9:24 am

    It’s a very informative post for professionals who really want to organize with their daily schedule. I prefer buying Galaxy Note II as it satisfies all my requirements. If you look at Galaxy S III and Note II, they just share a common design lineage and very similar software load else they are not in the same class of device and not serving same buyer segments.

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