Now that the iPhone 5 has officially arrived we have to ask to ask: Has Apple done what it takes to win your hearts (and wallets) over other smartphone suitors like Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Nokia's Lumia 920?
A lot's at stake with Apple's latest handset: For one thing, iPhone in August lost the No. 1 spot in the U.S. smartphone market to the Galaxy S3, though some of the decreased consumer interest was due to anticipation over the new iPhone's release in September.
Take a look at our spec comparison (below), in which we pit the official features of the iPhone 5 against to two of its cutting-edge competitors, as well as the now-obsolete iPhone 4S.
Do you think the iPhone 5 stacks up? If you're in the market for a new phone, which would you consider buying?
For more on what Apple announced at its big September event, click on over to our rundown of all the new products, browse our gallery of gorgeous iPhone 5 photos and then take a look at our big news page for full coverage of the event.
*Battery times for talk time based on manufacturer claims as found at PhoneArena. Web browsing time for Apple and Nokia based on manufacturer claim; web browsing time for Galaxy S III and iPhone 4S based on tests from GSMArena.
UPDATE: A Samsung representative emailed that the company thinks its phone's NFC capabilities -- including S Beam and Buddy Share -- are the Galaxy S III's killer features. Also note that the Galaxy S III should be upgradeable to Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" by the end of the year.