On a Samsung phone, your downloads can be found in the 'My Files' app, which is usually pre-installed on the device. This app is a file manager that allows you to access and organize all of the files and documents on your phone, including your downloads.To access your downloads on a Samsung phone, first, open the 'My Files' app. Once the app is open, you will see a list of different folders and files on your phone. To find your downloads, look for the 'Downloads' folder. You can also use the search function at the top of the screen to quickly find the folder.Inside the 'Downloads' folder, you will see all of the files that you have downloaded to your phone, including images, documents, videos, and music. You can tap on a file to open it, or use the options menu to rename, move, or delete the file.If you can't find the 'Downloads' folder or My files app in your phone, you can also access your downloads from the browser you used to download the files. For example, if you downloaded a file using the Samsung Internet browser, you can open the browser and tap on the 'Downloads' button at the bottom of the screen to access your downloads.It's worth mentioning that some apps on Samsung phones have their own download folders and you can find them within the app, like for example in the case of WhatsApp, you can find the download folder in WhatsApp > Media > WhatsApp Documents.In conclusion, on a Samsung phone, your downloads can be found in the 'My Files' app or in the browser you used to download the files. If you can't find the folder in My files app, you can also find them within the apps that have their own download folder. The 'Downloads' folder is where all of the files that you have downloaded to your phone are stored, and you can use the 'My Files' app to access, organize, and manage your downloads.