Adnan Farooqui is the Senior Executive Editor at SamMobile. Based in Pakistan, his interests include technology, finance, Swiss watches and Formula 1. His tendency to write long posts betrays his inclination to being a man of few words.
Recent articles by Adnan F.
An early Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta build has been leaked online ahead of the beta program’s impending launch. Some evidence surfaced recently which suggested that Samsung will soon launch the Android 9 Pie beta program for the Galaxy S9 and S9+. We have already seen leaked alpha builds of Android 9 Pie for the […]read more »
Many Samsung fans have a fear which could be realized next year. The Galaxy S10 headphone jack could reportedly be ditched. Samsung has a prototype of its next flagship without the 3.5mm headphone jack. The report also reiterates claims that the Galaxy S10 will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Samsung is said to launch […]read more »
A recent report about the Galaxy S10 suggested that its front camera might be under the display. The company has teased this implementation of the front camera already. It has shown off others as well which give us an idea of how Samsung will go about killing the notch. The company was never one to […]read more »
There have been a couple of Galaxy S9 Android Pie leaks already. They have given us a good idea of what the Samsung Experience 10 UI will look like. There has been another leak today which reveals more of Samsung’s user interface. It’s already known that the Android 9.0 update will bring major UI changes […]read more »
Samsung today announced that it’s going to officially release Android 9 for the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 in January 2019. The confirmation came from the company during its keynote today at the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 in San Francisco. Samsung will launch an open beta program for the new firmware later this month. […]read more »
The Galaxy S10 iris scanner might be on the chopping block. This biometric authentication technology was first introduced by Samsung in 2016 with the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. It has been a staple on all flagship Galaxy S series and Galaxy Note series handsets since then. The company will presumably be doing away with the […]read more »
Samsung denied slowing down phones through software updates earlier this year when Apple was caught in the controversy. Apple was said to be slowing down phones on purpose to nudge customers to purchase newer iPhones. The practice is called planned obsolescence. When those reports surfaced earlier this year, Italy’s consumer watchdog announced that it was […]read more »
Samsung hasn’t officially said anything about the Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta program. Some evidence has now surfaced to suggest that it may soon break its silence about that. The EULA and FAQ pages for Samsung’s firmware beta program have been updated in the United States with references to Android Pie. This suggests that the […]read more »