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.
Google’s next major Android OS update predictably called ‘Android 12‘ is under development, and the first preview builds have already been released for app developers and enthusiasts. These early builds give Google an opportunity to test the new OS with the help of the community, and they allow app developers to prepare for the big update’s […]read more »
Apple is known for making decisions that only make sense to the company even if it has countless users wanting the exact opposite. I’m sure many would have loved to see expandable storage on the iPhone. However, Apple continues to keep expandable storage a distant dream for its smartphones. This is part of the aura […]read more »
It’s a sad day for all of us at SamMobile. One of the biggest Samsung fans is no longer among us. This week our dear colleague and good friend Henk van Loosbroek passed away. We firmly believe that Henk was one of the greatest, if not the greatest, Samsung fan of all time. Henk had […]read more »
Samsung is leading the way to foldables less than two years after the launch of the original Galaxy Fold. Its closest rival in the foldable segment, Huawei, is now following in its footsteps with a new flagship that’s shaped almost exactly like the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Samsung has set the tone for the emerging […]read more »
It’s been around five years since Samsung introduced its Family Hub refrigerator. Samsung launching a new refrigerator is nothing new. It’s one of the biggest home appliance companies on the market and actually makes great refrigerators. The Family Hub was different than anything we had seen from the company up until that point. It basically […]read more »
The custom software that Samsung ships with its phones has been overhauled many times over the past decade. It has been a bit of a learning experience for the company. Many found the earlier iterations to be too clunky and unnecessarily dense. Things have improved over the years, though, and we now have what’s perhaps […]read more »
I have been using the Galaxy S21 Ultra as my daily driver since the day it landed on my doorstep. I was looking forward to using this device a lot. That’s largely due to the disappointment that I had with the Galaxy S20 Ultra. I knew that Samsung had made some meaningful improvements and that […]read more »
There’s a lot that we want to move on from. 2020, which will forever be known as the year of the COVID pandemic, has been a true rollercoaster. Millions of people across the globe have been seriously impacted by the crisis. Even as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc, we do what we must while […]read more »
Samsung has mastered the skill of pumping out beautiful flagship devices so much so that we hardly get surprised anymore. Most new flagships are a gorgeous slab of metal and glass with incredible fit and finish. Every once in a while, though, the company does something that makes us sit up and take notice. Like […]read more »
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S21 series in early January, unlike in previous years when the company’s Galaxy S flagships were introduced in the month of February. One of the reasons why Samsung has seemingly decided to release the Galaxy S21 earlier than usual is because the company may want to bring the […]read more »
There have been rumors for some time now that Samsung may kill the Galaxy Note series. These rumors seemed more plausible as Samsung expanded its flagship offerings. In 2020 alone, the company has launched the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series in addition to the Galaxy Z Fold 2. If there’s any device that […]read more »
It has been five years since Samsung launched the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Few devices have brought such substantial change that the 2015 pair did. These were Samsung’s first flagship smartphones that ditched the plastic back for a premium metal and glass build. While some fans mourned the loss of removable batteries, others […]read more »