6 Reasons to Buy the Galaxy Note 9 (and 3 Reasons to Skip It)

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  • mypalabok
    Two things I hate about Android, in general:

    1. Editing: say you want to change the spelling or wording or you typed a wrong letter, how do you navigate to the point you need to correct? in iOS, it is easy with that magnifying glass you can easily position your cursor. Not so with Android!

    2. If you restart your Android and there is a corrupt application, your phone will go into a "Optimising app 1 of x.." for several minutes. It wouldn't even tell you what application causes that!! So you end up guessing which application to uninstall.