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.
Less than three weeks remain for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Unpacked event in New York City, and as is the norm before the launch of every new Galaxy S or Note smartphone, you can now register on Samsung’s website to get the latest information about the company’s upcoming flagship. It’s the usual fare: You register […]read more »
There’s a new update rolling out for the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy A5 (2016) in various markets. Both devices are getting the July 2019 security patch with the update. The Galaxy Tab S3 update is available in Bolivia and Panama and comes with software version T825UBS3BSG4; only the LTE model is getting the update […]read more »
Galaxy Tab S5e owners are getting a new software update that adds support for Bixby Voice to their sleek AMOLED-toting tablet. The Galaxy Tab S5e, like the Galaxy Tab S4, was announced with Bixby Voice support, but neither device actually supported the feature out of the box. And while that made sense for the Tab […]read more »
If the latest tidbit from the Korean media is to be believed, Samsung’s finally done and dust with all the required tests for the Galaxy Fold. We had heard two weeks ago that Samsung had finished redesigning the Galaxy Fold and fixed all the issues that had resulted in it being delayed back in April, and […]read more »
The Galaxy Note 10 may get a minimum of 256GB storage in China, according to Twitter leakster Ice universe. It was rumored last week that the base variant of both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ would have 256GB of storage in Germany and possibly other European markets, and it looks like the […]read more »
North American carrier Sprint is rolling out a new update for the Galaxy Note 8, bringing the July 2019 security patch to the device. Software version N950USQS6DSG5 is now available for the 2017 phablet, and it’s a minor update that only includes security enhancements. It’s possible the update also brings the QR code scanning function for […]read more »
The latest Galaxy S9 update brings a couple of new features that were introduced on the Galaxy S10 lineup. The July security update – software version G96*FXXU6CSG8 – for the Galaxy S9 and S9+ was released for the Exynos variants in Germany today, and it adds more customization options for AR Emoji and brings support […]read more »
The dedicated Night mode Samsung brought to the Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ camera is quite impressive, as we found out when we first tested it, and recently, I’ve come to realize that Night mode is best used for taking ultra-wide photos at night. Night mode works great for photos from the primary […]read more »
According to the folks over at WinFuture, the Galaxy Note 10’s Snapdragon variant for markets like the US and China will be powered by the same Snapdragon 855 SoC that powers the Galaxy S10 lineup, not the Snapdragon 855 Plus that Qualcomm unveiled earlier this week. Like so many Galaxy Note 10 rumors and details that […]read more »
We publish a lot of stories on a daily basis. Unfortunately, the majority of news breaks during our European hours of operation, which makes it difficult for our readers in the US (and other regions) to keep up. However, we think we’ve come up with a fantastic solution — a daily recap. Here’s what we covered today. Phone […]read more »