In the quick settings menu that slides down from Android, all settings are activated or deactivated tapping the icon. With the exception of the sounds settings which needs to be choosen between 3 different settings. (Also the portrait/landscape mode is not actually on/off).
This is not the case of the Cellular data which when tapped brings the user to a secondary screen where there is the toogle button and information.
In the case of Bluetooth or Wifi to enter this secondary screen the user has to tap the dropdown below the icon. There the user can get more information or choose which network/device to connect.
What is the reason for making the Cellular data on/off option less convenient adding an extra step, breaking also the schema of the other buttons?