The battle for mobile device supremacy continues. When the iPhone hit the scene a few short years ago, it would have been inconceivable that a Linux-based upstart would overtake a device so alluring that people camped out overnight to buy one. Yet Android-based smartphone sales overtook those of Apple's device in mid-2010 and have accelerated ever since. Apple still leads the way in mindshare and innovation, particularly when it comes to tablets-and its sales numbers give the iPhone maker reason to be optimistic. According to Gartner, Apple's worldwide smartphone market share has nearly doubled year-over-year, going from 3.9 percent in Q1 2011 to 7.9 percent in the first quarter of this year. With iPhone 5 still to come, the mobile battle is only just beginning to heat up.
In conjunction with naming The 50 Best Apps For Getting Business Done, the CRN Test Center has also assembled reviews of 10 market-leading mobile devices on which to run these apps. Check them out.