I did like Samsung better visually because looks of the interface turned important for me and my brain to accept the device and theirs looked the best. As well as how easily and smoothly interacting happened. I’m strict about that. Too many times it’s been way too slow for me and my quick stabbing at screen because I need things happening very fast.
And since I type a lot, like writing a book lot, keypad was the most important (almost more than camera )
And iPhone won me with the keypad, camera, speed and design. Fluid smooth and all.
I do find my XR very good. Surely no 3D pics on Facebook but I can manage. I could take any other of the older models but the iOS 12 at that moment made my decision and now with my iPad Air I can see how important is to have freshest operating system upgrades no matter the chassis.
in my case I failed within storage department but if by the time I have all paid for my XR there is a nice price tag for some newer model I’d take it.
and I’d surely consider storage more deeply, but this is my very first iPhone and Apple device so..
I do love mine. It’s great for my constant video watching and some editing. Unfortunately last year they made major upgrade in iOS and Air was kicked from the lineup. But for iOS 12.4 (or something) it still runs well.what I do like on Apple products, is iPad Air , they very good, good screen quality, and very fast. for phone I do prefer android , as in iPhone most apps are paid which I’m not happy at all .
I do love mine. It’s great for my constant video watching and some editing. Unfortunately last year they made major upgrade in iOS and Air was kicked from the lineup. But for iOS 12.4 (or something) it still runs well.
I dunno, most apps I use only few are paid for actually and only because I wanted to see what the difference is after trial ends. Haven’t been disappointed. But it all depends on what one needs and all.