We know how Samsung be particularly careful of raise blow for blow against rivals, at least as regards the number of functions of their devices, and this could not fail to include the satellite connectivity.
The mode Satellite emergency SOS (Here’s how it works), which allows you to ask for help even in the absence of cellular connectivity (not yet available in Italy), is in fact one of the features more interesting than the new ones iPhone 14 and, only for the Chinese usersalso of the new Huawei Mate 50 Pro.
Now from Korea comes the news that the Seoul company has been working on it for some years technology and, given the highly competitive market situation, it could speed up time and introduce it in the next ones Galaxy S23.
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To spread the anticipation is the always attentive Ice Universe on Twitter, which reports an article by signature Park Ji-sung on the Korean site etnews.
The article, just today, is the first news of the site and is titled “Samsung, the next generation Galaxy phone will be equipped with Iridium “satellite communication”.“.
The author explains that from two years Samsung is developing the satellite technology together with Iridium, a company that provides voice and data communications services in space using 66 low-orbit communications satellites (LEO).
This procedure is similar to that of Apple, who has poured millions of dollars into the partnership with global star, and of Huawei, which instead relied on the satellite network Chinese Baidu.
Samsung’s goal is transmit data how text message And images low-capacity hundreds of kbps, but collided with i physical limits antenna (RF), which must be quite large to allow for high-speed voice and data communications.
The biggest challenge is in fact the reduce the size of thesatellite antenna enough to put it in one smartphones.
Apple has resolved by limiting communication to SMS only, but according to the article Samsung has already managed to complete a large part of the process, managing to integrate the communication modem existing furniture and the modem of satellite communication for digital data processing (although we don’t know if these concern only text messages).
At this point, all attention is paid to the new ones Galaxy S23on which advances continue to emerge as the launch day. In Korea, despite judging satellite connectivity pretty useless given the size of the territory, they are convinced that Samsung’s new tops will receive the feature. The Korean giant, when asked about the matter, refused to comment with a laconic “We do not disclose any information related to product development in advance“.