Hi all, because my 2012 iPhone 5 is becoming less usable (CPU and battery are really becoming limiting, no iOS updates etc.), I picked up a Galaxy A5 2017 for 180 €. I was immediately impressed by how good this feels, by the large, pretty screen, by the water proofing, by the versatility of USB-C and by how easily I could expand the storage. This thing is a price / performance beast! The camera, needless to say, is much better than my old iPhone one as well. Then I spent some time with it and things went sour. Updating the phone is a weird process. It's been installing apparently non-cumulative updates for days now, a new update notification popping up every couple of hours. Why not just download the most recent update? Then there's multiple app stores. One for Android, one for Samsung. Why can't I remove the Samsung one? Samsung also has a second browser, a weird contacts app that I don't quite trust, and moving my contacts from the iPhone to the Samsung seems like a tedious project. Some of the permissions apps ask for are straight up bewildering, by the way. Why can't I give permissions the moment they are needed? Every moment I spend with the OS makes me miss iOS.