1. Best smartphone for entrepreneurs: iPhone
Apple's smartphones remain unsurpassed in terms of build quality. Unsurpassed, but not out on their own.
Some of Microsoft's Windows Phones and virtually all high-end Androids can match the iPhone's build quality, and most don't require a case to protect all that precious aluminium. Meanwhile, Apple's performance is pretty great, but not noticeably better than the best Android phones.
The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, will have some loyal Apple users jump at the chance of a bigger screen and the newest iPhone on the market. However, going for a slightly older version could save you money and make sure you don't lose out on features.
So if you're really set on getting an iPhone, you could save yourself a bit of cash and go for the iPhone 6s Plus as it houses all the functionality of the iPhone 7 Plus but comes at a reduced price tag. Although, with Apple most likely releasing a new iPhone this year, you could hold of and go for the iPhone 7 which will probably reduce in price.
In March 2017, Apple released the iPhone 7 in partnership with RED, meaning some of the money from each purchase will go to helping those with AIDs and HIV. However, it is only available in 128GB or 256GB.