So, I need a new phone. While I was initially planning to get a SG3, I've decided I want to go more low cost on the phone now and save money towards a trip I want to make, so the choice at the moment is between a SG2 and iPhone 4S. The cheapest SG2 I can get where I live is 280 dollars cheaper than the 4s. Yet, when I read reviews comparing them, they seem to come out pretty equally. Reasons why I want android and the SG2: I have it on my current phone, and quite like it. I love the third party keyboard apps that make typing really fast. I text and email a lot on the go, and I think the IOS keyboard sucks. Expandable storage. Reasons why I'm a bit tempted to switch to iPhone: Seamless integration with my iPad and Air. While I quite like Android, I'm also as big fan of IOS. I don't feel strongly for or against android or IOS as a whole, and I find that both app stores cover my needs. Is there any good reason why I should spend that much more money on a 4s than a SG2? My use pattern is calling, texting, listening to music and podcasts, emailing, browsing, navigation (on foot not car), web browsing, note taking apps, Skype, taking and sharing photos.