In September, when the two Android and Apple giants launched their flagships, they came up with a new option.
Huawei's Mate50 series and iPhone 14 series have satellite communication technology as standard,Have realized no card no signal can also emergency contact function, which is a critical time to save the life of the function.
According to industry Revelations, similar functions are now mature in the supply chain,A number of models will be available next year, including the Samsung Galaxy S23 series.
According to a new report, Samsung is hoping to develop the technology needed for satellite connectivity for its upcoming Galaxy S23 series through a partnership with Iridium.
Samsung has been rumoured to be working on similar technology for the past two years, using smaller antennas in its phones to connect to satellites.
It's important to note, though, that Iridium's satellites are also low-orbit,Through dozens of global coverage, similar to the iPhone.
While Huawei's Mate50 series uses Beidou, a high-orbit satellite,From a technical point of view, it is more difficult for Huawei, because transmission requires higher power, which is a challenge for antenna, power consumption and other aspects.
At Samsung's market pace, the Galaxy S23 series won't be released until later this year. This time, it will ditch Exynos and be fully powered by TSMC's Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor.