With leaks of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23 Series catching on, now is the perfect time to take a closer look at the future flagship phones. The most recent leak suggests that one of the most significant features for these phones will be satellite connectivity, which will allow users with limited or no WiFi access to go online. Read below for more details.
Samsung Aims to Connect Galaxy S23 Series with Satellite
The forthcoming Galaxy S23 line from Samsung may have a satellite connection. The function is available on the latest iPhone 14 lineup and Huawei’s Mate 50 smartphones.
A company named Iridium has partnered with Samsung to provide satellite-based services, including the use of 66 low-orbit communication satellites. On the other hand, Apple has partnered with a company named Globalstar.
With Samsung’s take on a satellite communication device, people can send small-sized messages and images without having a data connection. It can be enabled by using a tiny antenna for voice and high-speed data transmission. Samsung has finally included this in a smartphone, but more work is still needed.
It remains to be seen whether Samsung will release the new feature. It remains to be seen if information like that becomes true and if it makes the functionality more useful.
Some rumors suggest that the S23 will come with improved in-display fingerprint scanning made possible by Qualcomm’s new 3D Soni Gen 3 sensor. It could also support WiFi 7.
The release of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series is anticipated during the first week of February. It’s speculated that it could be available on February 17, which is earlier than usual. Rumors hint at a tweaked and enhanced version, with the Ultra featured with an upgraded 200MP camera with the ISOCELL HP1 sensor. Other members of the series are also expected to see some camera upgrades. The Infinity Display design tweak, improved battery life, and a possible Light mode have also been reported.
Though these details are rumors, there’s no official confirmation that the Galaxy S23 series will support satellite communication. Still, we’ll be on the lookout for anything new in case it does happen. Stay tuned, and let us know if you’re thinking of picking up a Galaxy S23 model soon in the comments below!
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