Abhijeet's writing career started with custom ROM guides for Samsung devices (including the original Galaxy S), and he moved to SamMobile in mid-2013 and worked up the ranks to Editor-in-chief. His first Samsung phone was the D500, and he draws the line at blindly following a product or company (making him the biggest critic in the team). His interests include gaming, listening and singing along to music from before the 70s, and watching the occasional superhero and sci-fi movie.
Recent articles by Abhijeet M.
The Android 11 update is hitting yet another mid-range model in Samsung’s smartphone lineup. On the receiving end this time around is the Galaxy A30. The update has been released in China and comes with software version A3050ZCU4CUE1. The included security patch isn’t the absolute latest, but it is dated April 1, 2021, which is pretty […]read more »
The Galaxy S20 FE was a first-of-its-kind phone for Samsung. It wasn’t the first Fan Edition smartphone from the company, but it was the first flagship Galaxy with a “flagship killer” price, a concept popularized by Chinese OEM OnePlus. In fact, leaving aside the touchscreen issues that plagued some units, the Galaxy S20 FE was […]read more »
Samsung’s first few years of making Android smartphones had the company putting in every software feature imaginable into its devices. Then, it stopped. Starting with the Galaxy S6 lineup in 2015, Samsung turned a new leaf and decided to cut down on the amount of fancy functionality it added on top of stock Android, while […]read more »
Samsung Free is Samsung’s answer to news aggregator services, streaming services, and gaming services all in one. It gives you access to the daily news from a variety of sources, free viewing of a selection of TV channels, and simple interactive games that you can play instantly without having to download them beforehand, all from […]read more »
We’re barely into the month of May but Samsung isn’t wasting any time in bringing the latest Android and Galaxy-exclusive security fixes to as many of its phones as possible. A couple of the company’s flagships and mid-range phones have been updated with the May security patch already, and another one is now joining the […]read more »
The Galaxy A72, like the Galaxy A52, is a mid-range phone that offers a high-end experience, but it’s far from perfect.read more »
If someone showed you the Galaxy A52’s specs without telling you the name of the phone, you would never realize that it’s a sequel to the Galaxy A51. There are many high-end features on the Galaxy A52 — stereo speakers, water resistance, high refresh rate screen — that elevate it above what we expect from a […]read more »