Keep coming back to iOS
Despite trying a few Android phones, I'm still most at ease with the iOS' interface. However, they still haven't fixed the home screen icon layout, you have to do a little mental Sudoku when organizing your icons if you want them to appear exactly the way you want. This is something Android wins at.
One really, really dumb design is the volume and power button positions. They're parallel / directly opposite to each other so you have to re-position your fingers depending on your handedness. I wish they went back to the top down button.
I'm not a power user, so the CPU and GPU specs don't mean anything to me, but they bench relatively well if you read the various tech websites.
The screen is excellent; vibrant, clear, and gorgeous. Apple still retains that premium feel and sleek aesthetics. Of course, you overpay for this, but to me, it's worth it. A good Android competitor is the Sony C5 Ultra at half to a third of the cost, but you'll have to deal with caseback flexing a little and non-international bandwidths. Sony simply doesn't make a C5 Ultra model that encompasses all the major U.S. and Asian frequencies, whereas the iPhone does.Read full review
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