Personally, I am absolutely fed up with the Android OS update situation.
But I am also fed up with the direction that every Android manufacturer has gone. The T-Mobile G1 had a great 5-row physical keyboard. This was the first Android device, which I owned. So did the Samsung Galaxy S Relay 4G.
There haven't been any decent Android devices with physical keyboards released since, let alone a flagship.
Apple is clearly not the solution as they don't offer physical keyboards either.
Using a third party pocket physical keyboard like a bluetooth keyboard is not a solution - it requires a case and makes the phone too big, and it also requires separate charging. The software also generally doesn't work as well with the optional keyboard vs the built-in one.
I used my LG G3 with a stylus and a case for 6 months before it was stolen. But this was not nearly as useful as a physical keyboard.
I'm doing the same with the old Galaxy S3 right now, which was my husband's old phone.
For me, voting with my dollars might mean just not buying another smartphone, since there is really nothing on the market that's suitable in terms of input devices. I hate touch screens with a passion.