Honestly, for the best Android experience, get a Google Pixel 4A, Pixel 4A5G
or Pixel 5. Anything Google will work as well as Apple works with iOS,
because Google owns Android.
Other manufacturers put skins over their phones, and no t all accessibility
functionality is equal on all phones.
It's easier for Apple, as they control the complete ecosystem.
With Android's diversity though brings greater choice of phones at lower
If you don't want to go Google, then any phone on the Android One program is
All the best
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From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of June
Sent: 26 November 2020 11:40
Subject: [access-uk] android phone versus iphone
Good morning everyone. It's the first time I have posted to the group, so
please excuse me if my question isn't appropriate for this forum. I am
experiencing increasing problems with my iphone. As each update to the IOS
comes in, something else changes, and I feel I need to put in a bill for
system maintenance! Only joking, of course. But Apple do seem to be a law
unto themselves. I have seriously considered upgrading to an android phone,
but as I am totally dependent on Voiceover, I was wondering if anyone here
had any particular recommendations, or indeed suggestions about what to
avoid. Thanks for listening.