Sorry everyone if any feathers were unduly ruffled from my post. Basically. I was a massive Windows Phone fan, and if you still use it, that's fine, but there has to be a time when you step back and realise how things actually are. For me, that started when MS dropped support for MS Teams, which I used daily. Then, for my new job, they develop for Android (obviously), so no need for a Windows Phone there. So essentially I am now on Android for better or for worse.
My abusive relationship analogy, perhaps not the best, granted, but I was just trying to say that MS don't care about those who still use Windows Phone. They really don't care about us yet people still believe that Andromeda is the next holy grail from them. I have owned nearly all MS tech and I have been burnt so many times because MS dropped the ball or simply gave up on it.
I really want Andromeda to succeed and MS to make something lasting in the mobile space. I'm just worried it'll be another Windows Phone reboot, under a different name. Or it won't even be what we all want it to be. Instead it may be truly something niche that may not be of use to those on Windows Phones still, limiting their options of staying with MS. Or MS may just give up on it after six months.
My point is, if you still use a Windows Phone, that's great, but what keeps you on Windows Phone may not work for others. Personally, and I'm weird, I don't see a need for having two phones with you. It's just extra clutter and distraction. I personally couldn't justify having an Android phone and a Windows phone. With the Android phone doing all the heavy lifting, I'd turn on the Windows phone to do what? Check for any updates and then turn it off again? But again, if it works for you, that's fine.
These days we really need one device that can do everything. Hopefully MS and Andromeda can deliver that.