Hands-On: Google Nexus 5
Top message: disappointed by Sl1CK65
Replying to: Re: disappointed by Sl1CK65
Just admit it people, they are the damn same, except one is more customizable. I see no difference in stability, all the apps that I use are available to both. On-device settings are GENERALLY the same.
At first glance, simply looking at a home screen from each OS, they look very much the same. A screen full of icons you can tap on. I see no and experience no "Fragmentation". As good as an android device is, for its memory, ram, and processor speed, 95% of the manufacturers / carriers have updated the devices to the latest version they can possibly support. Don't get upset when your 486 wont run windows XP. Why even complain?
Looking at both OS's directly, it is clear that Android has the advantage simply becuase of the huge number of cuztomization options it has, and it may hold that advantage on that merit alone.