Reasons you don’t want an Android phone.
The USER EXPERIENCE
- “As a long-time happy Android phone user, it surprises me that it only took using the iPhone 4S for a few days to point out that using Android just feels wrong.”
- “The other day I bought the newest, fanciest flagship Android phone for my mother and it was an unmitigated disaster. She has an iPhone now, which she loves, and when I read that 30-40 percent of Android devices are being returned, I honestly wasn’t surprised.”
- “The subtle, pervasive lag that has characterized the Android UI since its inception is still there, which is not a heartening thing to hear when you’re talking about a super-powered dual-core device like the Galaxy Nexus.”
- “Motorola’s CEO blamed the open Android app store for performance issues…”
- “A PenTile OLED panel was recently introduced with the Samsung Galaxy Note, and we were not impressed. In real world PenTile means loss of details and sharpness, as well as a bluish/greenish tint around letters.”
- The iPhone has higher Pixel Density and higher sub-pixel than any Android phone.
The INABILITY TO UPDATE
- “most current Android devices — even the ones that will be sold over the holiday shopping season — wont ever have the option to install Android 4.0”
The BATTERY LIFE
- “Except for the fact that you have to wear a dozen batteries on your chest like a mexican bandit, my android evo phone has been great.”
Reason you might want an Android phone:
- You have a blind hatred for Apple. Which means, either:
- you are human. Sadly, a good number of people have blind hatred. For example: racists, religious extremists, etc.
- you suffer (innocently) from the Dunning–Kruger effect.