Before I get into the nitty-gritty, I want to say this. I currently own an Android phone (a Galaxy S7 Edge), I have a Windows based desktop at both work and home, I own a Macbook Pro, a Windows laptop, and I have an i Pad Pro at work. Read on to find out why an Android phone is better than an i Phone.Yes, that is because Apple goes through a tedious process of checking your app that you are submitting to make sure it follows their guidelines.This may prevent malware from being downloaded via an app, but that's not even half of it. it's about making your app perfect in Apple's eyes.Do you want a phone with a smaller or bigger form factor? That's the beauty of Android phones -- you can get the one that fits you. If you enjoy being able to customize your phone, then Android is absolutely the way to go.Don't like the standard keyboard that Android comes with? Just download a third-party keyboard app that replaces the stock one. Well, Apple likes to keep things simple and user-friendly which is fine.
Keep in mind the i Phone X was released in November of 2017, and the Galaxy S8 was released in April of 2017 which means the i Phone X is 7 months newer.That's not where the advantage comes in for Android, however.The advantage here is that submitting an app to the Google Play Store is much easier than going through the Apple App Store.It's safe to say that the majority of the latest and greatest software features can be found with Android and Apple is always behind. I believe that the hardware category really solidifies the debate between Android and Apple.People can argue all day about what software (operating system) is better for this reason or that, but you can't argue better and faster hardware for a cheaper price.