Still like my Lumia 950 XL. To be honest, I had an Android phone before that phone was released, and I never ended up using apps. I use my phone for calling, streaming music (in the car, but owning a Honda, running Android, I see people managing to unlock it and install Android apps), GPS, SMS and taking pictures. Windows 10 Mobile still delivers that. And with Cortana in the car, with it reading received SMS and sending them, it has everything I need.
Edge is there complimenting anything else on the go, but really, anything related to banking, productivity, I just use a PC. To be using a phone, even to watch a video (beside showing to people an image or video) is frustrating, I'll just pop-up my Surface Pro 3 or use my desktop.
That said, what i would be interested in a Microsoft Android phone (with Microsoft Launcher), assuming it has an excellent camera and headphone jack. Why? Well, I know that the update system would be powered by Microsoft Update servers, and that carriers can't block updates (as they are delivered via MS servers like the PC, and not the carrier, and that the manufacture, Microsoft, will actually support the device) (plus it will probably have Windows Hello, which will actual be safe and secure, and not rushed to the item check a list, and not actually secure. Apple is the only other that I know off that is doing an equal great job.