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Sure. With the risk of getting lambasted in an Android forum, I'll give you my thoughts.
Originally Posted by madcat
Quite frankly, I miss my 4S. I love my Nexus 7. I loved my 4S. I like my S3. I don't LOVE it. Here's why:
1) There are about a billion different options. Most of which have little everyday use, if any. Sure the motion settings are cool, but aside from a couple of them, they are just fluff. I would have preferred them spending more time on TouchWiz perfecting it than messing with novelty motion tricks. Which brings me to my next point...
2) Glitches. Things like when you reboot your phone, your icons in your folders revert back to the order in which you put them in, regardless of how you've now rearranged them. Your haptic feedback settings not staying selected. You'll turn it on, and it magically shuts off. Weather sync settings do the same thing. Tasks refuse to show up in your calendar. Small issues, but still annoying when you see how much time was wasted on the motion settings.
3) Screen redraws. A small complaint, but I don't like waiting for my screen to come back when I leave an app.
There aren't TOO many issues, and there are probably some that I haven't listed here. But I do like it. I think a lot of my issues come from my OCD. There's just a little too much going on. It's kind of a hot mess at times. I think for my daily driver I prefer the simplicity and fluidity of an iPhone, and want Android for my toy. Hope that helps.
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