Help me choose the best designed Android AND I MEAN IT'S LOOK! OLD OR NEW I DON'T CARE I MEAN THE LOOKS! What's your most favourite design? Why? Some like the pebbles, like the iPhone 6 and the HTC A9? Some like the flip phones, which aren't popular anymore. Some like the pure flat design and I think these are the sexiest and have no slip factor compared to the pebbles. ULTRA FLAT seems to be really cool it's as if the screen and phone is just one giant flat section like the phone is a thin wafer of swiss chocolate which is really amazing. I also like the short radius round corners AND the flat design of these - did anyone seen one of these when the SII came out? I know they made an impact. THEN only recently they look like the made them even better by releasing them with better specs and a metal frame - so sexy! Anyone use one of these Alphas? Also the Sony Z models have that flat look to them but I'm afraid of glass breaking at the back and would prefer something with faux leather or something at the back to make it grippy in the hand. These flat ones have to be some of the best LOOKING I've seen. Better for grip than pebbles, better for grip than the glass, and better for use than flipping open. So that's pebble, flip and flat, and I know there's a lot of wobbly ones with bumps everywhere, like the original iPhone style and the say the SIII and SIV, and there are completely square ones with square corners, but the SII/Alpha flat seems to be the best design. What's YOUR favourite? Rules: 1. No CHIKOM botnet 2. Apple is fine but I want to SWITCH to Android - OK I'm a sucker for everything Michael Mann haven't you seen Blackhat? 3. Preferably over 4.5 inches 4. Preferably not a beast like my iPhone 6 Plus which is a royal pain in the arse to handle and I am going to sell it. 5. It could be American, Taiwanese, Korean or Japanese, or something else maybe even a Blackberry from Canada. It just has to be GOOD LOOKING! What's the best looking Android ever made? --- Post Merged, Nov 3, 2016 --- What's everyone leaning towards?