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.
Once in a while we come across an advertisement that does much more than just put a company’s product in front of us so that we may spend our money on it. These ads are often considered as the epitome of creative thought and they manage to leave a lasting impression on us. Samsung’s Turkish […]read more »
The fingerprint sensor in the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge has a neat little feature. Some of the uses that were advertised include securing access to the device as well as authorizing PayPal and Samsung Pay payments. It also has another feature which will allow users to log into websites by simply using the […]read more »
Samsung is often accused of many things. It is accused of copying Apple’s designs, both companies have fought costly legal battles over such allegations, and some even say that Samsung doesn’t innovate as much as its rivals. HTC Chief Marketing Officer Idris Mootee has similar views. In an interview with Ad Age the executive said […]read more »
Developers take note, a new edge UX for the Galaxy S6 edge has been added to Samsung’s Look SDK. The Look SDK provides developers with specialized widgets which can be used for extended functions of the Android View System. Edge allows information to be displayed on the curved screen area of the Galaxy Note Edge […]read more »
Now that Samsung has formally unveiled its new smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, it can go about creating more hype for these devices before they’re finally released next month. The company has already talked much about all of the hardware improvements that these devices bring. Today in a post on its […]read more »
We often find ourselves in a situation when we have to apologize beforehand so that we don’t come across as impolite in a social gathering when diverting our attention to our smartphones. If your phone buzzes in your pocket you won’t immediately know if it’s something or someone that needs your attention right away or if it […]read more »
AT&T, the second largest mobile carrier in the United States, has always carried the “Active” variants of Samsung’s Galaxy S flagships. It will not surprise anyone if the carrier opts for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Active as well. While this variant of Samsung’s latest flagship has not been officially confirmed as yet the device’s User […]read more »
For the first time in years Samsung listened to the people who kept imploring it to adopt metal for its flagship smartphones. The Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge both come with a unibody design fashioned out of metal and topped off with glass. There is one downside to this – users can’t swap out the […]read more »
2014 wasn’t really a spectacular year for Samsung’s mobile division but that didn’t stop the company from putting more money into its research and development efforts. Samsung Electronics invested the highest amount of money in its history for R&D purposes, this according to the company’s audit report, which revealed that as of March 8th the company’s total R&D […]read more »
At Mobile World Congress 2015 Samsung unveiled its two new flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge, which bring an impressive power package in a beautifully designed and constructed body that’s already receiving a lot of praise. A new report claims Samsung has received a record 20 million pre-orders for these smartphones, […]read more »