When the iPhone 5 was announced last week, I was blown away by the changes that Apple was offering. Yet I continually hear from fanboys of Samsung and Nokia that "it's the same phone" correct me if I am wrong, but how is it the same phone? Am I an idiot, or a fanboy, or are these guys just trying to rain on our parade? http://www.apple.com/iphone/compare-iphones/ This page does the phone no justice. Faster processor, better graphics, bigger screen, integrated touch and projection on the same pane of glass, better battery life, 4G LTE, Turn by Turn navigation for free, better front facing camera with the ability to record in 720p, better overall camera performance (low light, stabilizer, higher f/s, faster capture times, panorama), better video and the ability to take photos while filming, stronger antennas, stronger Wifi, better audio system all around (clearer call quality, stronger speaker system, 3 microphones to greatly reduce background noise), new headphones, new connector that can output more digital signals, nano-sim card, and new, more durable, and lighter design All that should be listed in the comparison chart. But whatever, I have mine on pre-order and am ecstatic to be upgrading from my iPhone 4. I just don't know what else, aside from NFC, anyone can ask for.