This is a perspective I wanted to make for those who want to try android or have tried many times. This is a conclusion for me - at least for now. Firstly, I have owned and tried a lot of Android phones: GS3, GS4, Moto G, HTC One M7, Note 3 and Nexus 5. In the meantime I also had iPhone 4, 5 and 5s. There is just one perspective plus a couple of reasons why I just can't have another Android phone (that does not rule out that I may try some). See. The Samsung GS3 and GS4 were very popular and sold very well. GS3 was out when iPhone 5 came. If I put this into perspective and ask: if I had to choose one of these phones now, which one would be usable and nice to own today. I must say that I would prefer iPhone 5 a thousand times. Not at the moment I bought the GS3 or GS4. They where new, big and fun. But could I own them now? Never. I would even rather have an iPhone 4s than those. GS3 and 4 just does not run as well and the value just drops so much. They would be bought by mistake - and was. Other reasons? Simply iMessage, continuity and AirPlay. While the screen is smaller for now, I just can't get a better overall experience and long term usability/value. So, if you share some of the same thoughts and have the same answers, then don't buy an Android phone. Just dont. I certainly cannot recommend having two high end phones either. One will be collecting dust and get dated. Just too much of the good!