Daniel is a DevOps engineer who was born and raised in the Netherlands (where he still resides). He joined the SamMobile team right after Danny and Martin in 2011 and witnessed the site’s growth from 0 to nearly 10 million registered users. Outside SamMobile, he works as a Cloud System Engineer at a digital transformation company that develops a high productivity aPaaS. Most of his spare time is spent enjoying nature (and life in general) with his girlfriend, friends, and family.
Recent articles by Daniel van D.
After a seemingly successful episode at CES 2017, Samsung decided to take the Samsung Galaxy Studio with them to Barcelona for the Mobile World Congress 2017. This technological playground is outfitted with five types of 4D simulators to prove to the visitors from all over the world that the future Virtual Reality (VR) is now. SamMobile managed to capture the different […]read more »
Early last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy TabPro S at CES 2016. This 2-in-1 tablet was a premium 12-inch tablet sporting a 6th Gen. Intel Core M processor and running the full version of Microsoft Windows 10. This was the first Windows 10 tablet with a Super AMOLED display on the market, and Samsung’s first […]read more »
Two years ago, Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S series, bringing an AMOLED display to the company’s tablet lineup after a long hiatus. The Galaxy Tab S came in two distinct sizes (8.4 and 10.5 inches), and the second-generation Tab S made the switch to a 4:3 aspect ratio and felt a lot more premium than its […]read more »
Leap Motion gives more life to virtual reality by allowing users to include their hands within the VR experience. However, this was only limited to PCs and consoles. But that changes now, to some extent anyway. Leap Motion has just shown off a reference design built on top of a Gear VR, which comes with adjusted […]read more »
As per a new report coming out of South Korea, Samsung could be looking to expand its curved display flagship lineup to the Galaxy A series as well. We have recently heard about the Galaxy A7 (2017), which will probably feature a standard flat screen display. This venture could be official sometime next year as […]read more »
The Gear Fit 2 is one of the best fitness trackers going around. Samsung has just sent out a new update for the wearable which brings along some minor features on board. This is not a game-changing update, but one that will enhance user experience to a great extent. The update changes the software version […]read more »
The 2017 iteration of the Galaxy J3 is all set for an unveiling as we all know. In fact, its arrival hasn’t exactly been a secret considering the amount of leaks we have encountered over the past couple of months. GFXBench is now confirming some of the hardware credentials that we already knew about. Geekbench […]read more »
Earlier this month, Samsung confirmed that the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge will eventually make its way to Canada. It seems like the day is not far away now, with Rogers taking reservations for this particular variant. There’s still no date to mark on your calendars, although the carrier mentions that you will be shelling […]read more »
Tizen developers should be interested to hear that Samsung has released the source code for the Tizen Z3 (Z300HDDU0AOJ4), which reveals all the internals of the device’s software. In a world with growing privacy concerns, this is very good as it allows a developer to take a look at what exactly happens behind the closed doors […]read more »
There has been a lot of buzz around Samsung’s upcoming mobile processor, the Exynos 8890. Starting Q1 2016, it will go head-to-head with the best SoCs in the industry including Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 and Apple’s A9X. In the previous weeks, we reported that Samsung is in the process of optimising its chipset for better performance as […]read more »