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.
Intel’s most powerful mobile chip, the Bay Trail quad-core SoC, is expected to arrive this fall and offer processing power that blurs the line between PCs and tablets, and the first Samsung tablet to use the beastly chipset has been found to have shipped for testing, according to Zauba’s shipping documents. The tablet has a reference […]read more »
Remember the purple mirage color variant of the Galaxy S4 that was recently launched in Taiwan, making Samsung’s flagship’s color options more diverse than ever? Well, that purple Galaxy S4 will now be heading to American carrier Sprint as an exclusive. Both AT&T and Verizon have an exclusive color offering, and now Sprint is the […]read more »
Some of the best advertising for smartphones has come from Samsung in recent memory, especially the ones in which the Korean manufacturer makes fun of all the Apple fans that stand in line to get a new iPhone, without ever looking at the alternatives. It all started in 2011 with an ad for the Galaxy […]read more »
A bug report page on the Tizen project website has confirmed that Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo has a Tizen smartphone in the making, sporting the model number SGH-N055 (it’s strange Samsung is using SGH as a model number on Tizen, something that could cause confusion with the company’s Android devices). The device was mentioned by […]read more »
Here we go again. The Galaxy S4 has been involved in a new accident, this time in Pakistan where the USB port on the device was found burnt while it was on charging, the second time this has happened in the last month. The owner of the device was unhurt, and while the USB port […]read more »
Samsung is making a big move towards supporting local Indian languages on their devices and has announced that it will offer its smartphone and tablet UI in nine Indian languages – Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi and Gujarati. The Galaxy S4, Grand, and Tab 3 will get support for the new languages from […]read more »
Following the official Android 4.2.2 update rollout for the 3G variant of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Samsung has now released the update for the Wi-Fi variant of the 7-inch tablet, starting with the United Kingdom. The build number is P3110XXDMH1, and the update will be available both over-the-air (OTA) and via Samsung’s Kies PC suite […]read more »
According to industry sources in Korea, Samsung could launch the first Tizen smartphone in October in Japan, France, United States, China and Russia. Samsung has apparently made the decision to launch in the aforementioned countries based on the fact that Tizen currently supports the languages spoken in these countries, and has created applications in those languages […]read more »
QWERTY-equipped smartphones may not be a common sight any more, but feature phones are still keeping the tradition alive in many parts of the world. Soon, U.S. carrier MetroPCS will offer the Samsung Freeform M, a 2.4-inch feature phone that comes with a QWERTY keyboard and is a successor to the Freeform III, with support […]read more »
The Galaxy S4 has topped the list of AnTuTu’s report on hardware performance of smartphones that analyses data from the first six months of the year, with its octa-core Exynos processor consistently beating all other smartphones in benchmark performance. In fact, even the second position is held by the Galaxy S4 – the quad-core Snapdragon […]read more »