If you are someone who wants to jump from iPhone to Android i request thou tread this before you make that all important jump. I have used both phones but have been using the Galaxy phones more than iPhones as i like Android better and like the customisations. I bought a gs3 about 8 months ago. It had the occasional freeze and restart without warning but i ignored it for the features. If you aster not aware gs3 having been dying suddenly so much it had been given the name as well sudden death syndrome. Initially the reports were people were having their handsets replaced no questions asked. Later Samsung refused to replace but repaired there handsets replacing the motherboards. Now there are scores of reports of Samsung not repairing or replacing the faulty handsets just blaming it on liquid damage. I unfortunately have a similar problem with my s3 and i can vouch it has never come on contract with water or any other liquid other than occasionally cleaning the screen worth a damp cloth and immediately drying with dry towel later. Samsung delegates repairs to third party companies unlike apple. For me this is the end of the road with Samsung (my house is filled with Samsung products). Although Samsung charge the same price for their phones as Apple (at least in the UK) their service is far from Apple.