Hi forum members! I have been an Android user since I sold my beloved iPhone 4S. Since then, I've been using a Motorola Moto G, a very good phone for its price. And also, a really good form factor: 4 and a half inches, not more than 13cm tall and 65mm wide. But the phone was, in its last days, a bit choppy and slooow. It felt more slow than my 4S. Then, a couple of months ago, it started to reboot itself, turning off suddenly... So I thought it was time for the warranty. Here in Spain, Europe, we have two years of consumer warranty, so It was repaired. Well, kind of: they only reflashed my phone. Problem was, apparently, solved. But suddenly, my Moto G fell onto the floor. And it cracked. Passed away. About Android, I discovered Nova Launcher, the notification LED, the icon packs... I ended up loving Android, forgetting iOS during the iOS 8 and 9 era. And I was decided to buy a new Android smartphone... but not a big phone (5 inches or more). There was a problem, because I don't like the Z5 Compact. I know it is a good smartphone, but I just don't quite like it. So, my idea was to initially but the Samsung A3 2016. It's not a big phone, similar in size to my passed away Moto G, and a good screen. But there was a problem: Touchwiz. I want Android Stock AOSP, and the software of Samsung is far from being pure Android experience. Yes, there are icon packs, and with Nova Launcher I can make it similar to a Nexus device but again, notifications aren't the same, Lock Screen is not the same, etc... Even though, the Samsung A3 2017 is pretty appealing to me, with that gorgeous black monolith appearance, that always on screen, probably with Nougat... In January or February of 2017. And I needed a phone NOW. So this evening I went to the Apple Store of my city, and bought an iPhone SE 64GB. And, aside from that noisy clicky home button, I'm loving it. I tried a 4,7 inch iPhone 6S back in November, and I arrived to a conclusion: This new iPhones (6 and above) are way too big for my hand. I used the 6S during the 14 day trial period, and that was my conclusion. Yes, its screen is the best of the smartphone market, and are really beautiful, but very very slippery even with the silicone case. And very bulky. I have an average man hand, but even then, it was pretty complicated using it one handed. So I decided that, if I ever come back to iOS, it should be with a smaller device. Right now the only device that fits in my one handed usage is the iPhone SE, so I gave it a try. This machine is fast, man. Camera app opens instantly, I can listen to Youtube in Safari with the device locked, I can install Ad Blockers, like Purify or 1 Blocker, and read the Internet without annoying ads. Touch ID is not as good as the one in the 6S, yes, and the Home Button is clicky and makes a weird sound, that's my only concern because battery-wise and performance-wise, this machine is awesome. And I can use it easily with my right hand!!! It fits on my pocket, and barely notice it. I guess this is the feeling when you come back to iOS. It is like coming back to your old home, you know the bad things, but you appreciate the good things. I missed that snappiness, that clean aspect, that quality on the build, that EXCELLENT camera... I think the iPhone SE is going to be my next smartphone. This one has TSMC chip, the "good" one, the screen is not very yellow, and pretty uniform. Would you exchange it because its home button? It is a bit annoying, than chunky click, but I know a lot of iPhones feel like this one... Overall, I feel very pleased with this smartphone.