A big screen is certainly a great way to take advantage of 4G speed, whether you’re watching HD videos or just surfing the net. The GalaxyNote 3 certainly provides this with a 5.7-inch monster of a screen.
With the HTC One, you get a pair of loud and clear BoomSound speakers built-in, along with a terrific Full HD display. Add that up, and you've got one serious media powerhouse.
Moving up the ranks to 3rd place, we find the £299 Nexus 5 (left) at 13% of the vote. Proving cheap doesn’t have to mean terrible, the Nexus 5 punches so high above its price bracket, that it has most top-of-the-range phones vibrating in their boots (if they had boots). A large full HD 5-inch screen makes this another phone suited to media.
In silver position with 22% vote share, it's the juggernaut from Samsung, the Galaxy S4. This Samsung again has a 5-inch screen and speedy processors, along with a 13 MP camera for those high quality snaps.
Worked out who our winner is yet? Yes, it's the phone which needs no introduction (I can already hear Android fans getting their pitchforks ready). Pipping the Galaxy S4 in the last moments of the poll, the iPhone 5S is the community's pick with 24% of the vote.
While the iPhone lacks an HD screen, its compact shape makes it great for one-handed use and the speedy A7 processor keeps things moving along nicely.
Despite the lack of pixels, the display quality is up there with the best and the camera is also great. Therefore, an iPhone with 4G would be perfect for photos, speedy App Store downloads and a bit of turbo-charged surfing.
So there’s your picks. For those of you following the news, we know many new 4G phones are on the horizon. However, that does mean that these already stellar 4G phones will get even cheaper.
If you're looking for a 4G phone even cheaper than the Nexus 5, we'd recommend the Nokia Lumia 625 that packs a spacious 4.7" screen for less than £200. For slightly bigger budgets, the £225 Sony Xperia SP throws in an HD screen in addition to more megapixels and a faster processor.
So, do you agree with the list? Is one of your favourites missing? Excited about a future release? Sound off in the comments and let us know your 4G favourites. You can find the full results for the poll here.