This is what happens when a company tries to flood the market with junk. It's far better to focus on just a few, well-polished handsets than try to beat out other companies in volume.
David Painton, when the hell did I say I own an iPhone. I own an LG G2. And I'd never own a Samsung. I see those fail far more often than any other Android phone. Lawlz. Have fun making more assumptions next time.
The overall saturation of Android is thanks to the dirt cheap crap phones available off contract, a dozen manufacturers, and tons of models. Flood the market to gain popularity and all you end up with is mostly junk and the need to throw it away after 6 months. There's a reason iPhones keep their value for so long, while any Android after 6 months is only worth half what it originally started at
I somehow doubt "many of them" went to T-Mobile. Neither of them have good coverage, and a huge chunk of their network is borrowed from other carriers. Roam for too long and they kick you out because they get tired of paying roaming fees to the borrowed network providers (Verizon and AT&T). It's certainly not about how cheap cheap cheap the service is when the coverage is garbage and LTE is sparse outside of major cities.
AT&T isn't bound by the same FCC rules that Verizon is, so this makes sense.
We'll see about that. Carriers will want to put their bloatware in first, delaying the process. Especially Verizon.
Low-spec with a bad screen. Hopefully it's as cheap as the specs suggest.
This is bad, and they should feel bad.
Another reason to avoid this ridiculous fad.
For the performance, this isn't a bad price at all. Especially with the larger SSD.