Previously, this plan was circulated before the release of the Samsung Galaxy S23. However, the rumors turned out to be incorrect and will only be available in the next generation of Galaxy S.
Reported by Gizchinaon Tuesday (8/16/2023), it revealed that a local smartphone brand plans to launch a new service next year that will enable data transfers between 5G phones and satellites.
Even if it is not clearly stated, it is not difficult to guess whether the brand in question is Samsung.
The allegations are getting louder considering that the Samsung Galaxy S24 will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor capable of working with Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites. It offers support for emergency calls and SMS.
Samsung is reportedly working with Iridium, a company with low-orbit satellites for emergencies. But sadly these are still just rumors. There is no certainty from Samsung regarding the news circulating.
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