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I'd choose the Samsung. I replied to someone and explained the issue with those phones, but I still liked having a Samsung more than an iPhone. For one thing, it's harder to break a Samsung. I dropped that old Galaxy S3 hundreds of times for 3 years, and it hasn't cracked at all. It's a little chipped but that isn't easily noticeable. Meanwhile, my sister once dropped the phone I'm using now (I'm borrowing her old one), and it has a huge crack at the top of it. It is so, so easy to break an iPhone.
Also, I like the way Samsung products are designed. For a few months I had an S4 mini, and I loved that. I want it back so badly. It was small-ish, so you could actually put it in your front pocket and pull your shirt down to keep it there. The case I had was cool, and there are a lot more apps on a Samsung product than an iPhone one.
Last but not least, the thing I love most is NO ITUNES. To simply view your phone's files, you don't need iTunes installed. It will still read the device and you can view every image. Also, it was much easier to put files onto a Samsung. I could simply drag it into a folder. Just like that, I'd have music. Any song I wanted. Since my sister's phone is connected to her account, but I signed out and made a new one, I can't use iTunes. I'd need her login information. If I sync the phone, she'll lose everything, so it's much harder to get files onto that phone (you need iTunes for it...). I have to send things to my email and download it.
Samsung is better.0