The dust has settled. We now know how the iPhone 5 looks and what features it offers. \u00a0Some may have been underwhelmed by the iPhone 5 but some see it as the best smartphone to have ever been created.\u00a0 The king of the Android platform is undoubtedly the Samsung Galaxy S III, and more than a few say it is the best smartphone right now, not the iPhone 5. \u00a0\u00a0The debate between Apple fans and Android fans will continue to rage on for the next few months but people will still never really agree as to which phone is the best. For now, what we can do is compare the specs and think about what these phones can offer.\u00a0 In case you have forgotten, the other new smartphone in the block is the Nokia Lumia 920.\u00a0 It is the best phone in the Windows Phone ecosystem and it\u2019s nice to see how it stacks up against the best of the iOS and Android platforms. Here now is the specs comparison between the iPhone 5, the Samsung Galaxy S III and the Nokia Lumia 920. iPhone 5 vs. Galaxy S III vs. Lumia 920\u00a0 Apple iPhone 5 Samsung Galaxy S III Nokia Lumia 920 Operating system iOS 6 Android 4.0.4 with TouchWiz UI Windows Phone 8 Screen size 4 inches 4.8 inches 4.5 inches Resolution 1,136 x 640 pixels (326ppi) 1,280 x 720 pixels (306ppi) 1,280 x 768\u00a0pixels (331ppi) Screen type IPS Retina Display Super AMOLED HD PureMotion HD+ IPS LCD Internal storage 16 \/ 32 \/ 64GB 16 \/ 32 \/ 64GB 32GB External storage None MicroSD None Rear camera 8MP, LED flash, f\/2.4 8MP, AF, LED flash, f\/2.6 8.7MP, AF, LED flash, f\/2.0 Video capture 1080p 1080p 1080p Processor Apple A6; Unspecified speed and cores 1.4GHz, quad-core Exynos 4412 1.5GHz, dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM 8960 GPU Unspecified Mali-400MP Adreno 225 RAM Unspecified 1GB; 2GB in some variants 1GB Front-facing camera 1.2MP; 720p video capture 2MP 1.3MP NFC No Yes Yes LTE Yes Yes Yes Bluetooth v4.0 v4.0 v3.1 WiFi 802.11 a\/b\/g\/n, dual-band 802.11 a\/b\/g\/n, dual band 802.11 a\/b\/g\/n Dimensions 4.87 x 2.31 x 0.3 inches 5.39 x 2.80 x 0.34 inches 5.12 x 2.79 x 0.42 inches Weight 112g 133g 185g Battery Unspecified size; up to 8 hours talk time (LTE), 10 hours (WiFi);Non-removable 2,100mAh (user removable) 2,000mAh (non-removable) There is no clear winner in this comparison since each smartphone has something better to offer. \u00a0The iPhone 5, for example, is the lightest at only 122g, bu the Samsung Galaxy S III has the most to offer with NFC feature, microSD expansion, removable battery, not to mention it has the largest screen in the bunch. \u00a0The Nokia Lumia 920, on the other hand, has the best pixel density at 336ppi, higher than the iPhone 5's 326ppi Retina display and it also offers NFC which the iPhone 5 lacks. \u00a0In terms of specs, therefore, the Samsung Galaxy S III is slightly ahead of the rest. \u00a0 Now all you need to think about is the operating system and the ecosystem. Which one is the best for you? \u00a0Share your thoughts in the comments section.