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.
At its first global developer-centric conference in San Francisco, Samsung rolled out five software development kits to lure developers into making apps for its devices, in a move to create a robust ecosystem that enables developers to make use of Samsung’s exclusive features. Leading the pack is a multiscreen SDK, which will allow users to share content […]read more »
Like everyone has pointed out time and time again, the biggest reason for poor consumer interest in the Galaxy Gear, Samsung’s first smartwatch, has been its rather high asking price of $299. If you’re in the US and have been waiting for a price drop on the Gear before buying one, then you might want […]read more »
Samsung announced today that the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S III, Note II and the S4 would begin rolling out in the US in the coming weeks, and it looks like the Verizon variant of the Galaxy S4 could begin receiving it from today itself. The update’s details were listed on Samsung’s and […]read more »
Following a leaked Android 4.3 update roadmap for U.S. variants of the Galaxy S III, S4, and Note II, and Android 4.3 firmware leaks for the S4 and (international) Note II, Samsung has officially announced the Premium Suite software package for the aforementioned devices in North America. The Premium Suite will update the devices to Android […]read more »
Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids, officially unveiled back in August, will be launching in the U.S. on November 10th for $229.99, and will be available from Samsung and all major retailers in the country. The tablet comes with an impact-resistant case and numerous software features to make it a better experience for […]read more »
A recent study found that Apple’s new iPhone 5s and 5c beat all other smartphones in existence when it comes to touch response time – however, when it comes to touch accuracy, both of Apple’s new iPhones fell behind the Galaxy S III, Samsung’s yesteryear flagship that is now more than a year old. A […]read more »
In a few months, if you start seeing a lot of Samsung devices in basketball games, don’t be surprised: according to The Wall Street Journal, Samsung has entered a $100 million deal with the National Basketball Association, to “bring the South Korean company’s technology courtside” at NBA games. As part of the deal, Samsung will […]read more »
While the Galaxy S4’s camera packed the highest amount of features of any smartphone when it was launched, it has since been superseded by the Galaxy Note 3, which adds in a few more, including Surround Shot, which is Samsung’s take on the 360 panorama mode (Photo Sphere) that Google introduced in Android 4.2. Now, […]read more »
The Galaxy S4 Active, with its ruggedized exterior, was no doubt a hit for Samsung, since they thought it important enough to give it an upgrade that would put a Snapdragon 800 processor underneath. But was it enough of a hit to make Samsung start working on a low-cost variant of the device? Well, that […]read more »
Update: According to PhoneArena, the original source of this info, the listing is a fake, as it was apparently sent to them by a tipster with a poor track record of accurate news. While Google’s original Samsung-made Nexus 10 tablet never caught on in the market, the search giant has still been working on a […]read more »