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.
With the Galaxy Note 10 set to be unveiled on August 7, Samsung has already begun production of its next flagship smartphone. However, it appears that the ongoing trade dispute between South Korea and Japan is causing some problems. A new report claims that the Galaxy Note 10 production is facing disruption because of these […]read more »
We first reported two weeks ago that Samsung already has a Galaxy Watch Active 2 in the pipeline. There is now an expectation that perhaps we might see this wearable device being unveiled alongside the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7. Much has already been revealed about the new features of this smartwatch. As you’d […]read more »
We have seen a handful of Galaxy Note 10+ press renders being leaked online this week. Nothing has been left to the imagination as far as the handset’s design is concerned. That doesn’t mean we’re not going to see more in the days leading up to the launch. More than a dozen additional renders have […]read more »
Samsung hasn’t confirmed anything about the Galaxy Note 10 price yet but a new report provides some hints about it. Interestingly, it mentions that the base model will come with 256GB of storage, at least in Western Europe. That would be much appreciated by customers since they would get more bang for their buck. The […]read more »
What appears to be a promotional render for the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has leaked online today. It confirms what we already know about Samsung’s upcoming wearable device. It reiterates that the upcoming smartwatch will indeed be called the Galaxy Watch Active 2. The original Galaxy Watch Active was launched in February this year. We […]read more »
Press renders of the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ leaked yesterday, giving us a good glimpse of the upcoming flagship. The handsets have now been certified by the Federal Communications Commission. They have cleared a major regulatory hurdle and are now one step closer to release. We are less than a month away […]read more »
We had confirmed months ago that there will actually be two models of the Galaxy Note 10. Press renders of the 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 10 were leaked earlier today. Now, we get to see the press renders of the 6.75-inch Galaxy Note 10+. A previous leak which showed this device’s boot screen revealed that it […]read more »
It was only a matter of time before the official Galaxy Note 10 renders were leaked. That’s precisely what has happened today. A source that’s usually accurate has posted the first press renders of the Galaxy Note 10. No renders for the larger Galaxy Note 10+ have surfaced so far but it’s only a matter […]read more »
There has been some talk recently about how the S Pen has been holding back the Galaxy Note series. The argument being made is that removing it would free up space for a larger battery, a more advanced camera system, and other improvements. That, to me at least, seems like a futile attempt to make […]read more »
The tablet market has been in a constant state of decline. It’s not surprising. Smartphones have become larger and more capable in recent years, effectively eliminating the need for small tablets. Foldable smartphones will only add to that since they will double as both a smartphone and tablet, much like the Galaxy Fold does. There’s […]read more »