Android users may spend their lives looking down at iOS fanboys as mollycoddled members of the Cupertino Borg but they're also more likely to have their flashy phones and tablets go kaput.
That's down to a study by WDS (Wireless Experience Management experts, of course) which has helpfully been brought to us by BGR. It found that it's mainly hardware failure as opposed to problems with the software than makes things go wrong after analysing 600,000 support calls across the world.
Here are the numbers: 14% of calls were complaining about Android hardware compared to 11% for Windows Phone, 7% for iOS and 6% for BlackBerry. Apparently, Android handset repairs cost operators £1.2bn a year.
To be fair, this is because there are significantly more Android devices on the market than any other OS and they range from the top end tablets to the cheapo devices made by a multitude of manufacturers - some of whom, most of us will have never heard of.
Which segways nicely into the appropriate disclaimer by the report authors to defend both their findings and the integrity of the Android OS:
"One thing we must be absolutely clear on is that our analysis does not find any inherent fault with the Android platform," said Tim Deluca-Smith, vice president of marketing at WDS. "Its openness has enabled the ecosystem to grow to a phenomenal size, at a phenomenal rate, and it's this success that is providing challenging."
Yet another reason for iLovers and Droid fans to slag each other off.