I know this won't be the popular thing to express but.......
Both made fine firearms that are used by military, LE & Civilians around the World.
One uses a lot of small levers, springs and detent balls. The other uses 33 parts.
One you disassemble with a bottle opener, the other a 3/16" punch.
Browning to me is kind of like a nice pocket watch really shiny & pretty gets the job done with a lot of cool gears and Timing.
Glock more like a sun dial still gets the job done, not complex and can double as a door stop for years and still tell time.
Just my opinion.