The Samsung Galaxy S III was quite different from its predecessor, the Galaxy S II, in many aspects, but that's totally not a bad thing. On the contrary, the Galaxy S III provided an overall Android user experience to behold (as per 2012's standards). That's why it also earned a rating of 9.3.
Yes, it was uninspiringly plastic, it did not perform very well in the call quality aspect, but in the end, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has more pros than cons in its bag. We were particularly wooed by the large display that was fitted in the S4's compact body. The Galaxy S4 secured a rating of 9.3 in our review.
Don't act surprised, there's hardly anything not to like about the Galaxy Note 4. The computational power, the stunning Super AMOLED display, as well as the mind-boggingly amazing camera were the reasons why the Note 4 is one of the best-received and more acclaimed Samsung devices of late.