Hi everyone, I am due a phone upgrade as my contract is about to end on my current Sony Xperia Z2 so I am wondering what phone to get next? I have narrowed it down to either another but more recent model of the Xperia or a Samsung Galaxy S7 or possibly S7 Edge. I have really enjoyed my Xperia Z2 and it was the first smartphone I got (had it for the past 2 years) so as an introduction into the smartphone world, I was really pleased with it. I've had no problems with it and the camera (something I use a lot) has been very good. I love the fact that it's waterproof (even though when used in the rain the phone thinks the raindrops are you trying to touch the screen and all sorts of random things pop up) and it has served me very well. So I am tempted to just go for the latest model of the Xperia's which is now the Z5 seeing as the Z2 has been so good and I know what to expect. However I am also tempted to get the current top of all the Best Smartphone lists, the Samsung Galaxy S7/Edge. Even though the Z5 has a 23 megapixel camera, the S7's 12-megapixel cam is supposed to be better and seeing as I use the camera a lot on my phone, this is quite important to me. The S7 also has a better processor and battery etc so on paper, the S7 should win hands down. I am planning on giving my current Z2 to a friend and so getting a Z5 would at least mean I could help them out with any problems they have seeing as I would have the same make of phone and transferring all my contacts, MP3's and photos etc off the Z2 to a Z5 would also be a lot easier (although I assume it wouldn't be a headache moving all the stuff to another brand of phone?). So should I stick with the tried and tested and much trusted Sony Xperia or should I try something new and much lauded in the S7? Thanks for any help reaching a decision. N.B. I have discounted getting an iPhone as I have an iPad so I wouldn't use the apps as much and from the experience of that, I know iOS updates can be a real pain. Plus a lot of my friends have them and complain about their fragility (although my friends don't particularly look after their phones well) and iPhone's just don't seem as good value when compared with Android's to me.