For me, Apple iPhone 5 is the bet. Eventhough it has lock of free applications, marami naman siyang features na usable. It is slimmer, lighter and with a larger screen than it's predecessor, 2011's iPhone 4S.
The big news is that the iPhone 5 will be available on LTE which means 4G goodness for those who decide to invest in the new Apple smartphone. Apple is also introducing it is referring to as 'ultrafast wireless' as well as 802.11a/b/g/n, 2.4GHz, dual channel 5GHz Wi-Fi technology which is the same components nestled inside the recently announced Amazon Kindle Fire HD. It is probably worth noting, that while most smartphones are coming packed with an NFC chip, it looks like there is no sign of Near Field Communication for the iPhone 5. Also, please be noted the SMART communications has already expanded their Long-Term Evolution (LTE) rollout thus makes iPhone 5 very compatible.
Talk of Apple cutting the size of its SIM cards once again was accurate as the iPhone 5 will see the introduction of a new nano SIM which means you will unfortunately have to get rid of the micro SIM when upgrading to the new iPhone.
While the iPhone 4 made a big jump from the previous iPhone 3G and 3GS, The iPhone 5 battery is generally the same as the 4S so it should see you through 8 hours talk time on 3G or LTE, and 10 hours of Wi-Fi which an extra hour more than the 4S. Astig diba?