I sit here reading a book on a old pan tech element tablet loaded with ics. The tablet isn't even two years old and it's just a pos, very laggy and horrible battery made. I bought it for cheap for the sole purpose of just reading on it so I knew what I was getting into from the start so I'm not complaining but it made me think about some of the flaws of android. 1. As a current iPhone 5 user I will admit super boredom has fell on me using this thing, it's boring, and the os is stagnant. The keys are cramped the choice to make it taller and not wider was a dumb move and I miss big screen phones so yes, everyday I check Craigslist and try to find a HTc Evo lte and get back into the android game but I know it Clem's at a cost. I'm sorry but with a 1440mah battery this little thing last a. Long time I'm literally on the bus 1 hour each way to and from work and the battery barely moves, browsing or watching videos this thing holds it down. Android? Not so much with the exception on the note 2 with a battery size over twice as big. Android needs big power to perform well let's the be real the os isn't ready yet and it sells to mainly tech nerds who no offense will change phones underwear or cheapskates on prepaid like metro or boost and so forth. The older android phones just sucks the s2 with ics isn't fast it's pretty slow battery life just isn't good. Samsung had to throw big specs to get it to run decent and while yea it's more of a true mobile os compared to the very basic and limited iOS which. Can't barely multitask it comes at a huge price. Will any phone from last year get key lime pie and run good besides the note 2? And maybe nexus? While I may get something for Craigslist to satisfy my desire for more space and a better keyboard I know it won't perform as good as iOS at everyday task. Something usually goes wrong battery drain. Lag it's always something and if undo it I don't expect the smooth iOS experience. Samsung pretty much made android flaw free last year but look at what they had to do? The s4 should move like hot cakes as more people hate the tiny screen but once apple gives us a big screen expect declining android numbers.