PDA for surfing the net

Posted on 2012-08-31
Last Modified: 2014-11-12
I wanted to hear your suggestions as far as having a phone for web surfing capabilities.  I presently have Sprint as my provider.  I wanted this because I just got a new position and I wanted to be able to do my day-to-day activities without using my company's pipe and time.
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    by:Jaroslav Mraz
    Iam using iPad 2 a year. I managing everything from it working, browsing net and administrating our clients enviroment and datacenters :) Sugest :)
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    by:Bing CISM / CISSP
    is there any new mobile phone having NO internet surfing capability today?? :))

    anyway, for a better web experience on mobile, big screen and touch screen are two essentials. therefore, Apple iPhone 4 (iOS based), Samsung Galaxy series (Android based) or Nokia Lumia family (Windows Mobile based) is recommended.
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    iPhone hands down, and that's coming from soneone who has used both android and windows phone in addition to iOS.
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    If you are restricted to smartphones (instead of tablets), I would emphasize the need of a very good screen resolution. In that extreme, iPhone 4 excels with its retina display (960×640), but there are some others with 960x540 like HTC and Motorola.
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