Oh, internet. It seems like only last year the iPhone 5's design was decried as boring and lacking innovation, but fast forward to now, and the BlackBerry Z10 and HTC One (or at least a supposed render) stand accused of being too iPhone 5-like in their design. We just want to hate on everything, don't we?
The truth is, the black slab archetype has been around for years. When you combine a giant screen with a minimalist chassis, there isn't a lot you can do to differentiate the essential look, unless you're willing to abandon the feng shui of curves, or compromise the lines for the sake of non-functional adornments.
If you love the iPhone, take it as a compliment. If you love something else, take it as a chance to own it. Because the details of each are unique, especially when viewed side-by-side (above). The differences in size, in materials used, in heft and feel -- the confluence of a million tiny implementation details add up to a palpable difference. And when you turn the screen on, forget about it.