Martin is the co-founder of SamMobile. He’s a self-proclaimed “Samsung nerd”, with his love for the company starting the moment he got his hands on the D400. When the Galaxy S hit, his love turned into a full-time obsession. In his spare time, Martin loves spending time with his family (what’s more important than that?) and cooking delicious meals on the barbecue, which is usually followed by gym sessions for burning off the calories.
Recent articles by Martin R.
Samsung often takes flak for not being quick with firmware updates. The manner in which these updates are rolled out leaves some of its customers infuriated as well, but the fact remains that Samsung is known to provide two years of major Android platform updates for flagship and mid-range handsets. Many Android OEMs promise to […]read more »
So we entered the seventh month of the year over the weekend, and Android 8.0 Oreo has officially been out as the latest stable version of the Android OS for almost a year at this point. It was in late February that Samsung first updated one of its devices to Oreo. That was the Galaxy […]read more »
It’s been more than three months since Samsung first released the Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. The Galaxy S7 is no longer the latest flagship, so it wasn’t surprising to see the company had taken a bit too long to start rolling out the second major upgrade for […]read more »
It took Samsung some time to get the Oreo update out for the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge. After some issues post-launch, the company has now been rolling out the firmware update across the globe and it’s gradually making its way to more users. While some have complained about the way all of […]read more »
Much has been rumored about the Galaxy Note 9 specs so far, and we will continue to hear more reports about the new flagship in the coming weeks. Samsung has now confirmed that it’s going to officially make the Galaxy Note 9 announcement on August 9 at a special event in New York City. The […]read more »
So Samsung just released Good Lock 2018, a new and updated version of its interesting take on how a futuristic smartphone user interface would look like. Hidden deep among the Good Lock 2018 functionality is something called Edge Touch, which allows you to disable the edges of the device’s display from reacting to touch. Well, […]read more »
A day after Samsung confirmed that it will unveil the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, mobile industry veteran Eldar Murtazin is out with a detailed report about the rumored Galaxy Note 9 specs. He claims to have spent some time with the Galaxy Note 9 recently in which he got to evaluate the hardware […]read more »