Expandable memory = no "not enough storage" alerts
Besides battery life, the other biggest beef with the iPhone is memory. You can either drop $849 on a 128GB model, settle for an iCloud monthly package, or accept the consequences of those insufferable "not enough storage" alerts. Meanwhile, Samsung continues to make the SD card slot a mainstay for the Galaxy series, granting users the luxury of expanding memory up to 200GB via microSD card. That's more than enough space for your iTunes library.
It has superior call quality
Apple’s been criticized for its antenna placement on the iPhone, which has frequently led to some not-so-great issues like dropped calls and weak signal strength. Samsung incorporates Qualcomm’s TruSignal Antenna technologies into its latest phones to increase call coverage and data speeds, without swallowing battery life. An improved earpiece and the addition of an "Extra Volume" mode help deliver louder, clearer calls, especially on Verizon's breakneck LTE network.