Do you remember the first Samsung mobile phones?

It was more like carrying around a walkie-talkie!

When Samsung’s first mobile phone appeared on the market in 1988, it was BIG, it was BULKY and it certainly couldn’t fit into your handbag!

Today, Samsung Mobile is a front-runner in the worldwide cell phone industry and its latest Galaxy S8 model, released in April 2017, lays proof to that claim.

How to sign into Samsung Mobile

  • Copy and paste the following link into your browser:

  • The Samsung homepage will now open.

Samsung Mobile Phones

  • Tap the “log in” button on the top right-hand side of the page, illustrated with a circle.
  • The following page will appear.

  • To log into your account enter your email address, illustrated with a red arrow.
  • Now enter your password, also illustrated with a red arrow.
  • Tap the “Log In” button. You can also sign in with your existing social media account, as illustrated by the red arrow.

How to retrieve your login details

If you have forgotten your password, tap the “Forgot your password?” button, circled.

Samsung mobile will email you details to re-access your account.

How to sign up to Samsung

If you are not already an account holder, create one by tapping “Create your Samsung account” button, illustrated in red on the left-hand side of the page.

The following page will appear.

  • Now enter your first and last name.
  • Enter your email address and confirm it by re-entering the email address a second time.
  • Add your zip code.
  • Enter your date of birth.
  • Create and enter a password.
  • Lastly, enter your mobile phone number.
  • Tap create an account.

If you already have a Samsung mobile account, you can tap the “Sign in here” button indicated with an asterisk at the top right-hand side of the page.

Should you wish to, tick the “send me information and special offers on innovative Samsung products” button, indicated with a red asterisk at the bottom of the page.

Why you have to sign up to Samsung

You must sign up if you want to take full advantage of your Samsung mobile devices.

These can include mobile phones, tablets and even Smart TVs.

Signing up enables you to effortlessly update and sync Samsung apps.


Samsung collects the information you provide and that obtained from third-party sources.

This is done to improve their services and to provide advertising and customized content.

To learn more about Samsung’s Privacy Policy visit:

What you get from Samsung

Many industry leaders believe that the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 will be a make-or-break moment for Samsung.

CEO of Samsung Mobile, DJ Koh, proudly displays the much-hyped Galaxy S8.

The launch follows the Galaxy Note 7 demise last year that not only dented Samsung’s reputation but also wiped out almost $17 billion of the company’s value.

Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 is not only lovely to look at but is comfortable to hold or slip into your pocket.

It has an innovative curved screen that seems to encompass the entire front view of the phone.

Called an “Infinity Display”, the phone is slim and light and looks to be 2017’s top choice for discerning buyers.


Samsung is available in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the Middle East including Iran, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, as well as most of Africa.

Mobile, Android, iPhone and smartphone

  • Copy and paste the following link into your browser:

  • The homepage will now appear.

  • Tap the Mobile button on the top left-hand side of the screen, as illustrated by the red arrow.
  • You will be given download options for all Samsung mobile devices.
  • If for example, you select the new Galaxy S8, the following page will appear.

Described as a screen without limits, the Galaxy S8 features the world’s first Infinity Screen, stretching from edge to edge.

The Infinity Screen is big, it is brilliant and it is HDR certified.

The Galaxy S8 Camera is smart, it is sharp and it is selfie-friendly.

Security and privacy issues

Samsung recently announced regular monthly security updates for all mobile devices, including the Galaxy range.

These will be provided via users’ respective carriers.

Cool stuff to do

With the Galaxy S8, you can secure your phone with facial recognition, iris scanning and fingerprints!

Now, how cool is that?

To register these settings, go to:

  • Settings.
  • Now Lockscreen and Security drop-down tabs will appear, each with its own sub-menu to register your face, fingerprint or iris.
  • Create a PIN, password and pattern.

By registering your fingerprint, password and either facial recognition or iris (only one of these can be used at a time), you will have three different ways to secure your phone.

Also, browse the web using Google.

How does Samsung make money?

Samsung is recognized as the largest manufacturer of mobile and smartphones globally.

It is also a major distributor of tablets, having pioneered the “phablet” market with its Galaxy Note family of devices.

The Samsung “phablet”.

Samsung has set itself a target of reaching $400 billion in annual turnover within the next decade.

Takeaways about Samsung

Samsung achieved worldwide publicity in 2014 when, as a sponsor of the 86th annual Academy Awards, host of the show Ellen DeGeneres took a group selfie with the Galaxy Note smartphone.

The photograph went viral, after which Samsung donated $3 million to two charities selected by DeGeneres.

Ellen DeGeneres (bottom center) and her infamous Academy Award selfie.

Keep your Samsung login details safe

Sharing your login details with anyone is like giving them the keys to your car or home.

Keep your password and username under lock and key.

Should you have any security or privacy issues, contact Samsung immediately for assistance.