I'm highly uninterested with the new smartphones announced thus far. My attention towards the high midrange is growing. We're seeing great phones for great prices, way lower than what flagships are asking. Are flagships still worth that much money? Specially when day to day performance is similar in most phones? At least I don't see a huge difference between a stock Moto G and my S6. Yeah, flagships do have better cameras, but apart from that I don't see much more going for them. My S6 still hasn't been updated to marshmallow!! I don't see the appeal of the G5 or S7. There's nothing that would make me upgrade from my S6, besides software. That's why I might go for a Nexus. Stock Android always works better, faster and gets updates in the long run. Will the S7 get Android N before the year ends? If not, what's the point? We get better and better hardware, but there's nothing interesting anymore in that IMO. The more interesting stuff is on the software side, but then again, what new software features are we seeing lately? Only the always on display mode... Even LG's G5 UI is terrible!! Another interesting hardware feature as of lately is force touch on the iPhone's. Then there's the M10, but I don't see any major changes there either. So what exciting smartphone news are we gonna get this year? To me that's Android N and iOS 10. Software. I see more interesting stuff going on in the midrange camp. More and more affordable phones with great specs: 2GB RAM, 13Mpx cameras, MicroSD expansion, 5 inch 720P screens (now we're getting some phones with FHD), Android Lollipop, fingerprint scanners, etc. What do you guys think? Is it going to be a boring year with phones?