...now that you know what the iPhone 5 looks like? Seems like a good time to take a 2 year break from the iPhone seeing as how the iPhone 5 isn't bringing anything ground breaking to the table. Note that 4" screen, LTE are the norm these days, so no, they don't count as upgrades; Apple is playing catch-up here. Nokia seems to have many things going for it - it has the best mapping solution for the smart phone platform (you can download offline maps for 110 countries) their hardware is top notch, the Lumia 920 will be the first flagship smartphone to come with wireless charging, will have a 8MP 'Pureview' camera etc. Windows Phone 8 seems pretty compelling right now.