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How to Improve Battery Life on the Samsung Galaxy S5

November 18, 2014 |

We’ve all experienced the frustration of a dead phone battery at a crucial time. Whether you’re at work or on holiday, getting a flat battery when you’re away from a charger is a hugely frustrating experience. The development of modern … Read More

How to take Better Photos with the Samsung Galaxy S5

November 11, 2014 |

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the top camera phones currently on the market. With a multitude of editing features packed into the device from real-time HDR functionality to variable metering modes, the GS5 is well on the way … Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Features and Specifications

October 9, 2014 | 1

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has now hit UK shops and will be arriving in the US in just over a week. In the meantime we thought that you might like to check out this awesome Infographic showing the Samsung … Read More

Which Smartphone Has the Best Screen Display? (Hint: NOT the iPhone)

September 30, 2014 |

There are many, many factors to think about when choosing a new smartphone. One of the most important – and most underrated – is the quality of the device’s display. Whether you’re playing games, looking at photos or browsing the … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S4: What we didn’t get

May 1, 2013 | 3

The release of the Samsung Galaxy S4 highlighted what we claimed a little while ago – software is the new battleground. Focus is firmly placed on software in an attempt to clearly differentiate the Galaxy S Series from it’s competitors … Read More

SamMobile Interview – Who are

December 19, 2012 | 5

If you’ve ever flashed a ROM or wanted the latest firmware on your Samsung device – you’ve almost certainly visited (formerly known as SamFirmware). SamMobile is a site dedicated to providing Samsung Mobile news and access to the latest (and … Read More

PIPA Touch – The Future of Mobile Security?

December 12, 2012 | 6

Mobile security is pretty rubbish. Unlock patterns and pin numbers can be cracked by looking for grease smears on your phone – current face recognition can be busted with a picture (though that will change next year) and the … Read More

EE, Orange and T-Mobile’s Brand Crisis

October 5, 2012 | 2

Ever since the merger of Orange and T-Mobile I have wondered how the new company (Everything Everywhere – now rebranded as EE) will manage it’s branding. The UK’s mobile market is busy and there are an increasingly large … Read More

Samsung Pins – Exploring the Olympic Spirit

July 23, 2012 | 10

At Samsung Geeks we normally deal with the more technical side of things. In this post, however, we investigate Samsung’s marketing campaign for the London 2012 Olympics: we discuss what the “Samsung Mobile Pin” and badge collecting campaign … Read More

Problems with Google Wallet

July 19, 2012 |

Google Wallet is currently only available on specific mobile devices in the United States. Rumours suggesting hoping that Google Wallet will launch in the UK in time for the London Olympics appear to be untrue. … Read More