Mobile phone manufacturer Nokia has commended one of its new handsets as the ultimate business smartphone.
The Nokia E7 comes with the Symbian operating system and contains features such as a full keyboard and a four-inch touchscreen display.
The monitor makes use of Nokia ClearBlack technology, which means it is much easier to read in an outdoor setting.
Other useful features of the E7 include access to corporate email inboxes and the ability to read and edit documents and slides, as well as spreadsheets.
As a result, it could be a very popular option for businesses looking to recycle their corporate mobile phones and upgrade to superior handsets.
Nokia has been showcasing the gadget at this week's Nokia World Event, which was staged at the ExCel centre in London.
This comes after Heather Mclean, editor and founder of smartgorillas.com, hailed smartphones for revolutionising business practices for small firms in particular.