.. because of the lens flare problem.
I know I said it wouldn’t bother me, but having experienced it a few times after that post, I just can’t justify locking myself into a two year contract when the hardware isn’t up to scratch. It is a hardware issue. I know Google has said it would fix the problem with a software patch that will detect and remove the lens flare through the use of complex algorithms, but having experienced it first hand, I just don’t think this is the right way to do it. Short of a full recall with redesigned camera assembly, software isn’t going to cut it. There have also been a few Bluetooth issues that have cropped up as well.
So I’ve arranged with the carrier to return the unit to them next week and downgrade back to the SIM only plan. I’ll just stick with the iPhone 7 Plus. Having now had what appears to be two flagship Android handsets returned in four months – both of which were designed in a bit of a rush, at least I know what I have with the iPhone.
 Apparently the Pixel/Pixel took just 9 months of development time. Samsung rushed the Note 7 to try and beat Apple, and look how that ended up.