Hell, I haven't worked out if I will have to carry two mobiles or what carrier deal to go for, but I have been watching the market for a while and think I have made the right choice of phone.
From present use of gadgets I think I want to be able to:
- Read books.
- Do admin tasks for Rosetta Code whilst out and about.
- Capture code notes and snippets. I often write Python snippets with the core of an idea that I later expand. I am not thinking of doing nights of development on the Nexus 5, but I do want to be able to edit and run some code, or, cut-n-paste fifty lines of code from the web and run it on my phone to answer a Stack Overflow question.
- Use that pedometer function of Android KitKat as I sit for too long :-)
- Create a WiFi hotspot in the car for those long journeys with family where everyone has either a laptop and/or tablet; and the teenagers would rather use daddy's WiFi than expend their pay-as-you-go credit.
It is a lot of functionality to duplicate on Android, but I'll probably give it a go sometime. If you know of anything that could help/substitute for things like wget and iMacros that works on Android then please add to the comments, but I should stress that I haven't started looking myself as yet.