When did I say it was better because I owned it. I bought it because it offered better actual use performance, and better battery time, and better manufacturer support. AND it was cheaper as well.
Your device is not better because you own it. Deal with that.
The world is turning and you have a beautiful, but outdated hardware.
You also have to deal with that and stop bashing the best smartphone in the market, only because it is Samsung. You gotta deal with that too.
Samsung improved A LOT in programming.
Now where you going to come with any actual arguments, or just throw ad hominems ?
Yikes, Samsung must've said some pretty nasty stuff to HawkMan's mom or something. Unconditional hatred for an entirely family of devices he doesn't even apparently use? Wow. I mean, unless his opinion is entirely based on assimilating the opinions of others instead of actual, you know, data.
I could make very similar negative remarks about Sony products, which have gone steadily downhill in consumer satisfaction ratings over the years, and only seem to sell to middle aged Japanese shoppers who never go any further than the Vaio table at Best Buy.
But stereotypes are bad, m'kay?
It's not like I possibly, you know, actually sell and support these samsung devices you know...
I never said they where bad, just that they're overprices for what they are and highly under optimized. it's a good phone, but they're all made form cheap plastic and don't offer the real world performance they should, combined with pretty bad official support.
As for Sony, well, the Sony phones are actually rapidly increasing in sales, taking on Samsung quickly, both due to better support and software optimizations, and more appealing design and phones that feel a lot more solid when customers check them at the stores, better screens, better cameras, and the fact they are actually listening to consumer demands, and are offering not only mid end phones, but also their high end devices as weather and water proof versions.