1. Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    The Galaxy Note range is back, and while the Note 4 isn't bigger than its predecessor, the emphasis is certainly on better. We get hands on to get our first impressions.

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  2. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    Samsung Galaxy Note 3

    The Note is the original phablet and, despite some promising competition, in this iteration it’s still the best

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  3. Samsung Galaxy S5

    Samsung Galaxy S5

    The S5 is fast, powerful and the slickest Galaxy phone yet: but it’s not the best for audio or video and doesn’t quite have that wow factor

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  4. Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung Galaxy S4

    The Samsung Galaxy S4 performs significantly better than its predecessor but has pressing issues with its interface, sound and picture quality

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  5. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

    Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini

    A highly capable handset, but one that is outclassed by cheaper rivals

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  7. Samsung Galaxy S3

    Samsung Galaxy S3

    Best smartphone, Award 2012. Believe the hype, the Galaxy S3 is the phone they all have to beat

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  8. Samsung Galaxy Note

    Samsung Galaxy Note

    Could this big-screen Samsung Galaxy Note replace your phone and tablet?

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  9. Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    Samsung SGH-i900 (Omnia)

    The Samsung Omnia is worth a casual glance, but in truth there are more capable, more attractive alternatives out there

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  10. Samsung F400

    Samsung F400

    Good quality sound makes this a fine proposition

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