I currently own Samsung's Galaxy S2 with a custom Jelly Bean (4.1.2) ROM installed on it and it's running smooth and great except that I have owned the device for a year already and also its screen quality bothers me (low PPI/Amoled). Yes, I love installing custom ROMs and kernels but I could easily live without it as it consumes a lot of my free time. Oh, and jailbreaking seems to be just as fun. The thing is, Nexus 4 16gb would cost me £355 unlocked whereas I could get an iPhone 5 32gb for £520 on a 2 year long contract (£21,5/month). Also, it seems like Google will start shipping the Nexus 4 in 5-6 weeks, however, I could get an iPhone 5 before Christmas. Why do I even look at the iPhone 5? The price difference for me is £165, which is much less than what it is in the USA (price difference between Nexus 4 and iPhone 5) and I really like the apps available on the Appstore (yes, not all of them are available on Google Play store). Apparently, I am worried that the iPhone's 5 screen is too small for reading text on it, yeah, I tend to use Tapatalk a lot! Yet it seems like the screen is the same length as my Galaxy S2 except it's a little narrower. I would like to see reviews from people who have bought an iPhone 5 after owning a larger device such as Galaxy S3, Nexus or any other device. I should also mention that I have no other Apple devices and have a Windows 7 PC.