For the past few years Google's Android operating system has been enjoying massive growth in the consumer space. However, as shown by V3's recent Android business poll, security concerns have hampered its uptake in business.
But, with former heavyweight BlackBerry on the ropes and Apple's proprietary software and expensive hardware leaving it ill-suited for company-wide rollouts, it could be just a matter of time before CIOs are forced to let Android in.
This could put some companies in a bit of a pickle, with the wealth of Android devices and versions available making it hard to know where to start when it comes to picking devices or managing the platform.
Luckily, having braved CES and Mobile World Congress (MWC), we have a pretty good idea of what the mobile landscape is going to look like in 2014, so we have come up with the 10 best Android handsets that could boost your business.
10. Motorola Moto G
Motorola has been somewhat of an enigma in the European markets lately, only launching two phones. With the brand now being bought by Chinese firm Lenovo, it's unclear what presence the granddaddy of mobile phones will have in the UK in future.
Having seen the Moto G, we'd love Motorola to stick around. The handset boasts mid-range specs for a fraction of the cost, at an almost unbelievable £135. With a punchy 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm processor, a decent 720p display and Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the device is more than suitable for companies looking to cut costs on widespread smartphone rollouts.
It's also one of a select few devices we awarded our five-star rating. We were tempted to knock a star off for its lack of SD card slot and 4G connectivity, but for £135, who's complaining?
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