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  1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

    Reviewed on 3rd October 2012
    Price when reviewed £400

    Average video, so-so build and inflexible features leave us underwhelmed

  2. Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Reviewed on 31st January 2012
    Price when reviewed £350

    Great for for calls and browsing, but rivals pip it for audio and video quality

  3. Samsung Tic Toc 4GB

    Samsung Tic Toc 4GB

    Reviewed on 7th December 2011
    Price when reviewed £30

    Comes in a choice of colours and has shake controls, but sound quality puts us off

  4. Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Samsung YP-P3 (8GB)

    Reviewed on 17th April 2009
    Price when reviewed £110

    Samsung has a another stab at the MP3 player market, but while this is certainly good, it fails to aspire to greatness

  5. Samsung YP-U4

    Samsung YP-U4

    Reviewed on 3rd March 2009
    Price when reviewed £40

    It's got good looks, but this Samsung struggles against its peers in terms of detail

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  7. Samsung YP-Q1

    Samsung YP-Q1

    Reviewed on 16th December 2008
    Price when reviewed £60

    A big, bright display, compatibility with the BBC iPlayer and strong sound make this Samsung a contender, but we hate the touch-sensitive controls

  8. Samsung YP-S2

    Samsung YP-S2

    Reviewed on 21st October 2008
    Price when reviewed £30

    Ultra compact and ultra fun - this Samsung is a steal

  9. Samsung YP-T10

    Samsung YP-T10

    Reviewed on 3rd January 2008
    Price when reviewed £60

    Great features and excellent sound, this good value portable also features a cool design

  10. Samsung YP-P2 (4GB)

    Samsung YP-P2 (4GB)

    Reviewed on 12th September 2007
    Price when reviewed £130

    Innovative yet easy to use, with fantastic sound and a huge screen – watch out Apple

  11. Samsung T9 (2GB)

    Samsung T9 (2GB)

    Reviewed on 26th February 2007
    Price when reviewed £120

    Lots of worthwhile features, but it can't quite compete with the iPod Nano