(Continued from yesterday)
Something that I felt was very well designed, so much so I felt that (device-wise) I could "live" w/o my iPhone and replace it for an Android phone.
And when the Nexus 5 was out, I decided to add to my iPhone a "brother" - and got myself a Nexus 5 - and it's a great device.
But the software left much to be desired...
So I've been carrying both me for the past 10 months or so (Nexus 5 and iPhone 5, recently replaced with iPhone 6), and using both on-and-off (mostly the iPhone, Nexus as backup and for certain tasks, and mostly to learn different aspects of the Android OS).
And it's fine.