I am an Android fan, but prefer stock Android, Nexus phones or GPE phones #1. But I have had several Samsung phones in the past, and liked them ok. My question is how Samsung doesn't update Touchwiz on older phones. Follow me here please. Apple for instance comes out with a new iOS version, like iOS8 isn't just for the iPhone 6, it is also available for the 5S, 5, and 4S, and they all get pretty much the same features, and iOS8 will look the same on the 6 as it does the 4S, it's not a different version, or totally different design or style on both phones. Android, and their Nexus and GPE phones will all get a new Android OS update around the same time in a month or so, point being a Nexus 6 running 5.0 L will look the same as 5.0 L on the Nexus 5 or HTC One GPE, or Nexus 4, it won't look different or have different a style or design. Now back to Samsung. The Note 4 has the best looking Touchwiz to date, more stripped down and clean looking. The S5 kind of has that too, but not as much as the Note 4. The Note 3 still has the older Touchwiz ugly Gingerbread theme, and the Galaxy S4 even more outdated looking. But all of these phones have Android 4.4.3, and are only like 1 year to 18 months old. Why does the S4 and Note 3 still have the ugly older Touchwiz, where Samsung came out with a big updated TW on the S5 and now the Note 4, but those Samsung flagship phones never got that new Touchwiz update, but they did get the new Android OS updates. And things like S-Voice are just stupid Samsung apps, where Google already has that built into the Android OS, it's called Google Now. There shouldn't even be a thing like S-Voice, no need for that if you running the Android OS.