I do agree that the build quality of the OSD cannot be compared to that of an iPhone, but then, when you look at phones like the HTC One and the Xperia Z, you have to admit that the iPhone's build quality is far inferior to that of theirs. In fact, a lot of people who've reviewed the HTC One have said that it has the best hardware and build quality. Take a look at this. http://www.theverge.com/2013/5/26/4366104/size-matters-how-i-went-from-an-iphone-to-a-really-big-android-phone Now if that phone were to be an Xperia Z, then it wouldn't be dead like the iPhone. I'm not going to argue on whether the iPhone is the best device out there or if an android device is the best device out there, because I think they cannot be compared fully. Each has its own pros and cons. It's finally upto the user to decide what he wants.
If you want junk dressed up as "premium", buy a San Diego. I'm just relieved I didn't get sucked into being an early adopter, and shelling out £200!
Look, here is my "post-mortem" of a two MONTH old San Diego: