The answer to that question is that, while we now have a plethora of smartphone options available to us, we have yet to have a smartphone that actually works as well as a smartphone.
That’s not to say we haven’t had smartphones that perform admirably or are well-designed, but these days, smartphone users tend to be more of a mobile data hound than a mobile news hound.
While we’ve gotten used to having the phone connected to a mobile internet connection, we’re still going to have to deal with lag and stutter and occasional hiccups.
But these are the things that you might not notice with an Android device, but are pretty much unavoidable in a smartphone operating system that’s been around for about five years.
And that means you’re going to notice that even if you’ve got the latest phones, you still have some of the problems you’d expect from a mobile OS, especially when it comes to multitasking and screen size.
To make things worse, Android is still a big part of our phones, and that means that there are still some features that we’ve never had to deal and some features we’ll never have to use.
But it doesn’t mean that a smartphone OS has to be as great as an iPhone or Samsung Galaxy.
If you have a Samsung Galaxy, you might want to give an iOS-powered device a try, as it might offer you more functionality and better battery life.
But if you’re looking for something that’s a little more on the small screen side, and you’re also a bit more into Android apps, then you might find that you prefer an Android smartphone.