I've been an iOS user since the start, but am seriously considering buying an Android smartphone now, rather than wait for the iPhone 6. I've never touched an Android device, and from what I've read, the Nexus 5 is a very good smartphone. Relatively cheap and no-frills, but, most important to me, runs stock Android. Thus, I have a few questions...
- I'm on AT&T. Once I buy the Nexus 5, can I take the SIM card out of my iPhone 5, put it into the Nexus and be good to go? I'm already paying a smartphone plan, but I'm sure as soon as I let AT&T know I've changed phones they'll try to upsell me on some more expensive plan, so I'd prefer to avoid contacting them for a new SIM if at all possible.
- The Nexus smartphones get Android upgrades as soon as they're ready, right? Similar to iOS smartphones? I know the Nexus 5 is running 4.4 already, and might want to give "L" a try.
- I've heard rumors about Samsung offering a variant of the Galaxy that will be running stock Android? Would that be worth waiting for? One of the things I like about the Nexus is it's relatively cheap, unlocked and thus I could get it as soon as within a few days.
Thanks for any help.