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.
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 »
We’re hoping Samsung’s foldable phones will soon get some healthy competition from Apple.read more »
If the original Galaxy Fold was primarily a tablet with a smartphone undertone, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is surely blurring the lines between the smartphone and tablet concepts with a lot more elegance and confidence. It was difficult to recommend the original Galaxy Fold to smartphone users were unsure of the form factor, but this […]read more »
It was reported earlier today that Google and Samsung are in negotiations over giving preference to Google’s services on Galaxy devices at the expense of Samsung’s own services. If reached, such a deal would result in Google Assistant being prioritized over Bixby, Play Store achieving more prominence over the Galaxy Store, and Google having more […]read more »
Many of our readers will be well aware by now that I’m a big fan of the Galaxy Fold. I’ve expressed my undying appreciation for the device on multiple occasions here. At its core, the reason why I like it is very simple. Foldable smartphones are indeed the future and they have a unique ability […]read more »
Yes, this might seem like a controversial claim, but hear me out. We have seen all manner of smartwatches from Samsung ever since it started launching them under the Galaxy Gear brand in 2013. The original Galaxy Gear had a square-shaped display and Samsung stuck with that design for the next few models. Then came […]read more »
It used to be that the thing Samsung’s most loyal fans used to complain about a lot was software updates. One could cut the company some slack. It launches dozens of smartphones every year and not only do they require software support, but the dozens released in the previous years also do so as well. […]read more »
It has almost been a decade since the very first Galaxy Note was launched back in 2011. The tech media had some trouble wrapping their head around this device. It had a stylus at a time when the iPhone had been credited for wiping stylus-equipped phones off the market. It also had a 5.3-inch display […]read more »
I have been using the Galaxy Fold as my daily driver ever since it came out. The device has held up surprisingly well to the rigors of daily use, it has even survived a dusty holiday by the beach in Egypt. I don’t feel the need to baby the device, it doesn’t seem to require […]read more »
The Galaxy S20 lineup, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra in particular, was supposed to turn over a new leaf for Samsung. It marked the start of a new decade with a show of dominance from Samsung that it could also compete on hardware with the best of the best. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has understandably […]read more »