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.
A report out of Taiwan claims that Samsung Electronics aims to grow its TV sales target from 50 million in 2014 to 60 million in 2015. This will allow the company to increase profits amid lower sales from Samsung Display. By selling more TVs this year the company will also increase its influence in the […]read more »
Conversation about the Internet of Things or IoT usually revolves around the benefits of connected objects at home. Samsung is highlighting the potential that IoT has for enterprise. To demonstrate its commitment to the enterprise platform the company today announced the launch of a dedicated brand called Samsung Business. The sole aim of this brand […]read more »
Samsung released the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900W8) in Canada about two weeks back. Major carriers in the country confirmed back then they will roll out the update over-the-air. Unfortunately the OTA had to be halted because the update was causing issues like excessive battery drain, screen freezes and force closures. A new version […]read more »
The second largest mobile carrier in the United States announced today that it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy S5 mini to its customers from March 20. AT&T is quite late to the party as this device was released almost a year ago. Nevertheless it will be a good option for people looking to buy […]read more »
Samsung announced at its event earlier this month that the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge will both be released around the world starting April 10th. The initial launch is going to cover 20 countries. We already have an idea of what both smartphones might cost in countries like the United States. A new […]read more »
In recent months we have seen a clear shift in Samsung’s strategy. The company is now more open to using premium materials. Samsung’s decision to go with metal and glass for the Galaxy S6 speaks volumes. Even before the latest flagship was announced Samsung tested the waters with the A series. Today at Samsung’s 46th Annual […]read more »
There were plenty of complaints, proposals and suggestions at Samsung’s annual shareholders’ meeting today but the gathering did not conclude without its fair share of drama. Today’s meeting lasted for about two hours. The company’s shareholders approved a plan to increase dividend payout for 2014 by 40% as compared to the previous year. Some shareholders […]read more »
Earlier this week we saw Samsung breathe new life in the Xcover brand with a new smartphone called the Xcover 3. It was rumored that the company will also launch a rugged feature phone in the near future. We have already told you about the Galaxy S6 Active which will first arrive on AT&T. Things […]read more »
A thread went up on Reddit’s r/android subreddit today in which a user claimed to have the Galaxy S6 edge. He said that he worked for a company that “develops and/or merchandises” using the product which is why he has a unit well before the official release date. I should mention that the user didn’t […]read more »
It is common knowledge that Samsung has worked on flexible displays and it will continue to do so in the future. A rather interesting patent awarded to the company has surfaced online. It doesn’t just outline a flexible display rather it details a flexible frame capable of bending forward and backwards with ease. The design […]read more »