Well, here is the thing: the day before yesterday I dropped my iPhone 6 64 GB on the water, and it stopped working. I am still trying to get it dry, but I am almost losing my hopes. I've had the iPhone 6 for 6 months now and it is probably time to move on... Thing is, I live in Brazil and the iPhone is incredibly expensive here. I checked the prices of the iPhone 6 and it is by far the most expensive smartphone in the market. So, I am thinking of buying something else. My iPhone costed something like US$1,300 when I bought it in January (believe it or not, it was for sale at this price). Now, the iPhone 6 is even more expensive and I am not willing to spend even more only six months later. Here are the cheapest models I could find, for comparison sake: The iPhone 6 (16 GB) is 1.39x the price of the Galaxy S6; 1.35x the price of the LG G4; 2.78x the price of the Moto X 32 GB; 1.84x the price of the Droid Turbo 64 GB; 2.38x the price of the Nexus 5. The iPhone 5s (16 GB) is nearly the same price of the Galaxy S6 and the LG G4; 2x the price of the Moto X 32 GB; 1.33x the price of the Droid Turbo 64 GB; 1.72x the price of the Nexus 5. So, I think the iPhone is really overpriced here and I would be willing to try something different. Back in 2013, I bought a Samsung Galaxy S4 to replace my iPhone 4s, and I hated it. The Galaxy S4 felt too big, it was uncomfortable to use, slow, full of bloat, had a bad interface, the touchscreen was bad and the full thing lacked polish and ergonomics. It wasn't half as intuitive and practical as the iPhone was. I spent two weeks with it and then I gave it to my mother and bought an iPhone 5. Now, I want some advice. The Galaxy S4 was terrible for me. But perhaps not all Android devices are the same. I saw a Nexus 5 of a friend of mine, and played with it for a few minutes, and it looked clean and zippy, and comfortable to use. Don't know if it is just an impression or if it will last if I try to have one of these. I tested some Android devices and I found out that I prefer Android with no optimizations than those tweaked by the interfaces (and bloat) of companies. So, I am leaning towards a Nexus or Motorola device. I would like something with a good screen, a good and responsive touch, tethering capabilities, good performance (but I am not playing games with it, so it doesn't have to be stellar), and good battery life. I am a power user, even though I use it mostly for day-to-day tasks. The iPhone 6 had a terrible battery life for my use; sometimes I drained it to 60% even before I got to work at 9am (mostly due to browsing the Internet and using apps). Due to this reason, I would like something with better battery, and I wonder which Android devices are better than the iPhone in this respect. I was leaning towards the Moto X or the Droid Turbo, perhaps the latest due to the battery size. Not sure, though. Or should I just give up and buy another iPhone? Any recommendations of what to do?