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.
With the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+, Samsung is — for the very first time — giving consumers two Note flagship models to choose from. The Galaxy Note 9 is a pretty solid and feature-rich Note flagship that was always going to be hard to surpass, but that’s where the two Note 10 […]read more »
Smartphone innovation has slowed down in the last couple of years, making upgrades incremental and of questionable value. The just-launched Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ fall into the same category. On their own, they are an impressive feat of engineering, but when compared to their predecessors, the changes seem far less exciting and expensive. […]read more »
Did you know that you can share your Wi-Fi network with friends and family by letting them scan a QR code on your Galaxy smartphone or tablet? This is a feature that Samsung introduced with Android Pie/One UI, and it’s extremely useful: If your phone or tablet is connected to your home or office’s Wi-Fi […]read more »
Samsung has published details on the August 2019 security patch over on its mobile security website as it prepares to start pushing out the latest security updates to its devices over the next few weeks. The August patch brings fixes for seven critical vulnerabilities in the Android OS; plenty of high-risk vulnerabilities have been patched […]read more »
A possible new Good Lock feature that may be introduced on the Galaxy Note 10 has been revealed by the changelog for the latest update for Good Lock’s MultiStar plugin. The changelog mentions that the update adds something called ‘Multi Sound’ and that this feature will be supported on “restricted models (like upcoming note10) with […]read more »
Update: The release date of the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been set for September 23, at least in the US. Pre-orders will kick off on September 6, and US pricing for the 40mm and 44mm Bluetooth aluminium models is $280 and $300 respectively Original story follows The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has gone official […]read more »
We had exclusively revealed a month ago that Samsung already had the Galaxy Watch Active 2 in development. Not only that, we also revealed that it was going to offer the smartwatch in two different case sizes. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been officially unveiled today. It does indeed come in two case sizes: […]read more »
Verizon has become the first US carrier to release an update with the anticipated Night mode for the Galaxy Note 9. Software build N960USQU2CSGA started rolling out late last week and, along with a dedicated Night mode for the camera, it brings the QR scanner feature and the July 2019 security patch. It remains to be […]read more »
Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Note 10 supports what it calls ‘Superfast Charge’. Like it did with the Galaxy S10, Samsung will be holding a ‘Galaxy First Look’ event at the Samsung 837 store in New York City to allow the public to experience the Galaxy Note 10 after it goes official, and the […]read more »
Samsung has posted a teaser on Twitter for the new Exynos 9825 chipset that will power the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. As expected, the company isn’t naming the chip, but there’s no mistaking what’s being teased thanks to the date mentioned in Samsung’s tweet. Yes, August 7, the day the leaked-to-death Galaxy […]read more »