I’ve had an iPhone since I was 15 and have always sworn never to switch to Android. People have tried to sway me saying things like the camera is better you can get better apps and they don’t cost as much but honestly say what you like you don’t change your mind – and I’m more sure of that now than ever.
I recently had the misfortune to have my iPhone 11 (opens in a new tab) vole. It was snatched from my hands by a cheeky opportunist and before I could even figure out what happened, it was out of sight. Apart from the fact that it left me without a phone in London, my thoughts quickly turned to how I would replace it, but I knew I had an Android phone at home that would bind me for now.
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I am currently using a Honor 50 (opens in a new tab) which don’t get me wrong, isn’t a bad phone. It has a bright, high-resolution screen, the speaker quality is pretty good, it’s thinner than my iPhone, and it has a decent camera with plenty of features. Battery life is much better than my iPhone (but that’s largely because it’s never been used) and since I use Google services a lot, it’s handy to have them already installed. There’s certainly nothing wrong with that – the famous saying ‘it’s not me, it’s you’ comes to mind because the phone really isn’t that great – I’m just a slave spot.
I can’t get used to the features inside, especially the touchscreen which seems so much less responsive than my iPhone screen. Last night I was browsing the Glastonbury app trying to add artists to my lineup and was so frustrated that when I went to feature an artist – nothing would happen. It felt like I was typing in the right place, but it took countless tries to lock in my choices. In general, I find the screen unresponsive and not very accurate.
Tasks that are so simple on my iPhone quickly frustrate me with this Android phone. The letter spacing on the keyboard and the way it’s set up, I hate the style of the emojis and can’t seem to get used to the alert sounds it makes. Another pick that I really don’t like with Android phones is that they don’t automatically send verification codes to you – or at least I haven’t found a way to set it up for the TO DO. It gives you the ability to copy quickly, but iPhones will automatically fill in one-time passcodes and verification codes for you, which will save you a lot of time.
Despite all that, I’m not saying phones with Android operating systems are bad — they’re just not for me. I saw pictures of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (opens in a new tab) and they are perfect. I really like the look and finish of the Honor 50 with its shimmering body and twin-lens SLR-inspired camera and for a camera of similar spec you can save yourself a pretty penny. But for me Android operation isn’t as intuitive, things aren’t where you expect AND you have to download an app for notes – what kind of a joke is that.
I’m grateful to be able to use a smartphone as a replacement pendant as I ponder what to do with my iPhone. Unfortunately, I paid insurance for it for two years, but when the contract ended, the insurance did the same and I didn’t realize it. Now I’m trying to decide whether to replace my iPhone 11 which I was perfectly happy with or upgrade to something newer like the iPhone 13 (opens in a new tab) or wait for iPhone 14 (opens in a new tab). But one thing is for sure, I won’t be switching to Android anytime soon.
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Switch from iPhone to Android? Think Twice, You’ll Probably Regret It Like Me! – Tech Tribune France
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