Danny is the proud founder of SamMobile.com. His first Samsung phone was the SGH-D900, which he considers to be the best slider phone ever. He likes football (Ajax/FC Barcelona) and Formula 1 (Red Bull).
Recent articles by Danny D.
Many were quick to write off the Galaxy Fold when Samsung decided to delay the launch. They felt that Samsung had rushed the product in order to beat Huawei to the market. Much like the death knell was rung for the Galaxy Note series after the Galaxy Note 7, the critics called on Samsung to […]read more »
There hasn’t been much to look forward to during Samsung’s Unpacked product launch events over the past few years. Rumors and reports aside, actual press renders of unreleased devices start showing up in glorious high resolution weeks before the launch. Consequently, the element of surprise is taken away and you kind of feel like meh […]read more »
It seems the endless barrage of Galaxy A series phones we have seen this year has almost come to an end. Most of those phones are slight variations of each other, with Samsung wanting to provide an option for every kind of customer. If you have a short checklist and want a smartphone for a […]read more »
A few weeks ago we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Fit e. It’s the most inexpensive fitness band that Samsung currently has on the market. But while the Fit e certainly offers good bang for the buck, the low price means it’s a little light on the number of features. Fortunately, Samsung has more on the […]read more »
While the tech world has been looking for the best smartwatch in recent years, fitness bands seem to appeal a lot more to the masses. Brands such as Fitbit and the like have proven that there is a substantial market for fitness bands, and Samsung is also playing in this segment. With the Galaxy Watch […]read more »
Many of you still remember the initial press reactions when Samsung first introduced its Galaxy Note series. Their verdict was that the phone was too big and that customers wouldn’t want such a large display. However, the customers proved them wrong. The Galaxy Note series quickly became popular with Samsung delivering hit after hit in […]read more »
I, quite literally, had a rude awakening this morning. The alarm on my Galaxy S10+ went off and it felt like being woken up by being touched with electric wires. I had forgotten to turn off the vibration so its intensity was on full display when the alarm went off. It just reminded me of […]read more »
Where Apple decided to use the tenth anniversary of the iPhone to finally bring the device up to par with the competition (adding an AMOLED display and reducing the atrociously large bezels the iPhone had always had before the iPhone X), Samsung went on a different tangent altogether. The Galaxy S10 is an impressive flagship […]read more »
We’re the source of all things Samsung, so it would be wrong if we didn’t jump on the bandwagon and offer up our opinion on the recent reports of some Galaxy Fold units breaking after being in the hands of reviewers for no more than 24 hours. But before we dive deeper, we want to state […]read more »
It’s happening. In a little under two weeks from now, the world’s first foldable smartphone will go on sale. The Galaxy Fold is a groundbreaking device that marks a new chapter in smartphone form factor, one that combines a tablet and smartphone into one. Many of our readers feel this new form factor is unnecessary, […]read more »