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Samsung Galaxy S23 household rumored to have satellite tv for pc communication features

Samsung appears to be able to take some inspiration from Apple as soon as extra and observe within the American firm’s footsteps in the case of bringing satellite tv for pc communication to smartphones. Apple has its Emergency SOS function that works by way of satellite tv for pc on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Professional strains, which works by way of a partnership with Globalstar, and Samsung is now stated to be working with Iridium to deliver satellite tv for pc communications to the Galaxy S23 household.

Iridium is a 66-strong Low Earth orbit satellite tv for pc constellation which supplies voice and knowledge providers. Samsung has been engaged on overcoming the technical challenges of bringing satellite tv for pc communications to smartphones for the previous two years, and it seems to be prefer it’s lastly managed to – since with the launch of the Galaxy S23 household, rumor has it you can ship textual content messages and small photographs (within the tons of of kbps) by way of satellite tv for pc.

As you may need anticipated in case you’ve ever seen a devoted satellite tv for pc telephone, the primary problem was to miniaturize the antenna in order that it may be mounted into an everyday smartphone with out doubling its dimension.

Samsung would not count on this function to take off in its residence turf in Korea for the reason that land space there’s small and it’s extremely effectively coated with 5G service however thinks it may be an actual success in North and South America, Europe, Russia, and China, particularly in these components the place infrastructure is not very effectively developed.

In accordance with earlier leaks and rumors, the Galaxy S23 household will solely use a better binned model of Qualcomm’s lately unveiled Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, and the launch goes to happen within the first week of February.

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