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25 NFC enabled mobile devices

Here's our list of the top NFC enabled mobile devices for business users.

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Samsung Galaxy S4 Active

Samsung I9295 Galaxy S4 Active Android smartphone. Announced 2013, June. Features 3G, 5.0″ TFT capacitive touchscreen, 8 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth.

Sony Xperia ZL

Sony Xperia ZL, the best of Sony in a Smartphone with a razor sharp and truly compact 5" design.

HTC One SV

HTC One SV handles your busy schedule with ease via the superfast 1.2GHz dual-core processor. Layer on an amazing camera, authentic sound and elegant design and this is the practical phone for the demanding you.

Galaxy Rugby™ LTE

Protection from the Elements: Created according to military specifications (MIL-STD 810F), the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE can withstand more rough and tumble treatment than almost any smartphone. With its IP67 certification, ports are airtight to protect the device from both dust and water.

Google Nexus 4

Navigate your world with Google Maps Get to the places you care about quickly and easily with Google Maps. With turn-by-turn GPS navigation, live traffic info and integrated driving, walking and public transport directions, getting from A to B has never been easier. Search for restaurants, businesses and more near you.

Motorola RAZR i XT890

Motorola RAZR i XT890 Android smartphone. Announced 2012, September. Features 3G, 4.3″ Super AMOLED Advanced capacitive touchscreen, 8 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, NFC, Bluetooth.

Nokia Lumia 928

Display size: 4.5 inch, Processor type: Dual-core 1.5 GHz, User Input: Touch, SIM card type: Micro SIM, Bluetooth 3.0 NFC, Wi-Fi, RAM: 1 GB

Nokia Lumia 925

Display size: 4.5 PureMotion, Main camera sensor: 8.7 MP, Processor type: Dual-core 1.5 GHz, NFC

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 - OS: Windows 8 Home, CPU: 1.8 GHz Intel Atom Z2760 - Dual-Core, NFC, WiFi, GPS, 8MP camera

HP EliteBook Revolve

EliteBook Revolve is HP's enterprise-class swivel touchscreen notebook-to-tablet convertible PC - Windows 8 Pro, HD display & business docking capabilities.

Google Nexus 10

Nexus 10 is the newest tablet from Google. With the world's highest-resolution tablet display, all new multi-user support, immersive HD content and the best Google apps, Nexus 10 has something for everyone.

Samsung Galaxy Mega

Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3 I9200 Android tablet. Announced 2013, April. Features 6.3″ TFT capacitive touchscreen, 8 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth and NFC.

Nokia Lumia 920

As with its little brother the 820, the 920 comes with wireless charging, full Microsoft Office programs and integration, live tiles so all your desired information can be seen from the home screen, NFC, an improved 8.7MP camera with Carl Ziess Tessar lens, 4G connectivity where available.

HTC First

HTC First Android smartphone. Announced 2013, April. Features 3G, 4.3″ Super LCD capacitive touchscreen, 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth.

ToughShield R500

The R500 brought to you by Toughshield is a rugged NFC handset that runs Android 2.3

Sonim XP1301 CORE

Like all Sonim phones, the XP1301 CORE NFC far surpasses the toughest standards for ruggedness and durability. Beyond military specification, the XP1301 CORE NFC can be dropped from 2 meters onto concrete and with its IP-68 specification, can be submerged in two metres of water for up to 60 minutes.

Huawei Ascend P2

Huawei Ascend P2 Android smartphone. Announced 2013, February. Features 3G, 4.7″ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 13 MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth.

HTC Desire C

Desire C makes it easy to connect and plug into fun. Call or message and note how HTC Sense minimizes navigation for simplicity. Quick social upload means go from picture capture to share effortlessly. Continue the fun with rich, authentic sounds brought to you by Beats Audio.

BlackBerry Q10

The BlackBerry Q10 is a keyboard-equipped variant of the BlackBerry Z10 . Both handsets were announced on 30 January 2013, with the touchscreen Z10 becoming available the next day. The Q10 started shipping in May 2013.

Blackberry Bold 9900

The Bold 9900 was one of the first handsets from Blackberry to include NFC.

HTC One X

Many consider the HTC a worthy competitor to the Samsung Galaxy SIII with some review sites even stating the form and function of the device is better thanks to the uni-body design and HTC's intuitive Sense 4.0 UI.

Samsung Galaxy S3

The new Galaxy SIII picks up from where the popular, and highly rated Samsung Galaxy SII left off. Many consider the SIII as the premier mobile device, beating off both Android rivals and the might iPhone 4S.

Blackberry Playbook

BlackBerry have moved into the tablet market and the Playbook is their first attempt. Utilizing Google Play store, therefore increasing the number of apps available, BlackBerry have succeeded in creating a business orientated device with a native document viewer and organizer along with video chat and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) the Playbook comes with all you’d expect from experienced mobile device manufacturers.

Google Nexus 7

The Nexus 7 is Google’s first own branded tablet, and as expected, boasts impressive specs and an amazing price. With features such as NFC (utilizing Google Wallet), a 7.0inch touchscreen and all the usual Google apps (Maps, Gmail, Calender, document viewer and YouTube) the Nexus 7 is a truly multimedia and highly portable device.

Sony Xperia S

The Sony Xperia S is the flagship phone from the Japanese handset maker. Having a document viewer and with a HDMI port means this phone can be connected to any large display (with its own HDMI port), allowing perfect access to presentations and documents which need to be viewed by a larger audience straight from the device.