The review was simply glowing with very few negative points (of which they were all relatively minor). I really don't understand why it has gotten 85%. I would expect a review of such positive light would receive 95% or higher.
Negative points you raise:
1. Rather flimsy plastic back panel.
2. There’s no hard camera shutter button.
3. The Game Hub needs a bit of development to mark it out as an improvement on what you can get from the standard Android Market.
4. [Camera] Colours can look a little over-emphasised on screen
5A. I never managed to get a full day of, admittedly, heavy use out of it [battery]
5B. the battery life isn't the greatest
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1. However, it's completely sturdy when attached to the phone so I feel this point is fairly irrelevant.
2. This is a personal choice so the negativeness of this is down to your own preference. For me it's a non-issue.
3. The Samsung Gamehub is a waste of time. It was the first thing I uninstalled. Most users will also be uninstalling this or simply ignoring it. I would say it's a stronger negative point that Samsung chose to include the bloatware in the first place.
4. It's subjective how big of an issue this is. Probably ok for most people as a camera phone isn't a replacement for a dedicated camera. I hadn't really noticed this issue but accept that this is a valid minor negative point if it genuinely is an issue.
5A and 5B. I personally think the battery of this phone has been amazing. I don't think there is any other *comparable smartphone out there that has better battery life. Therefore, by definition it is close to being the greatest (if not the greatest).
* It's no good comparing battery life of this phone against a non-smartphone feature phone. Likewise, comparing this against a similar smartphone using an extended battery is not fair either. A good comparison would be against a similar spec smartphone with a battery capacity of around ~1650mAh (same as SGS2).