Send and receive text messages and pictures via satellite
According to a report by ET News to a cooperation with Iridium, the well-known US operator of satellite networks. Apple, on the other hand, is cooperating with Globalstar for the innovative SOS system. However, Samsung allegedly not only wants to use the technology for emergency calls, but also wants to make a number of other functions available in the Galaxy S23. Among other things, users of the manufacturer’s upcoming top devices should be able to send and receive data, such as text messages and low-resolution images. According to ETNews, the transmission rates amount to at least one hundred kilobits per second.
Samsung worked on the antenna for two years
According to the report, Samsung has succeeded in overcoming the existing limitations with regard to the special antenna to be integrated into the smartphone. The South Korean manufacturer has been working on solving this problem for two years, writes the news website specializing in tech topics. Samsung is said not to have been idle in connection with other features of the Galaxy S23 either. According to recent leaks, the device will have a very precise fingerprint sensor based on Qualcomm’s new 3D ultrasonic technology. In addition, Samsung is said to have installed a revised AMOLED display with a maximum brightness of around 2,200 candelas per square meter. That would be roughly at the level of the iPhone 14 Pro. The Galaxy S23 is expected to be released in February next year.
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