New Delhi: The Samsung Galaxy S23 series is expected to launch in 2023. Rumors are circulating about the likely features of the next phone. The series now reportedly features satellite connectivity. Elec said Samsung plans to integrate satellite connectivity into the Galaxy S23 series.
Iridium, a global satellite communications company, may be the source of Samsung’s satellite connections. It was once said to work with Samsung to provide this capability using a powerful constellation of 66 low-Earth orbit satellites. (Also read: Realme CONFIRMS price, key specs, launch date and other Realme 10 series leaks in India.Here’s what we know so far)
On the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, Apple offers satellite connectivity. Features work in collaboration with Globalstar. The fact that Huawei is the first smartphone maker to incorporate satellite connectivity into mobile phones is worth noting. (Also read: 10 big companies that recently made massive layoffs)
This feature has been developed by Samsung for the last two years. The Galaxy S23 series, in contrast to Apple, aims to use satellite connections for more than just emergencies. is creating
According to Korea IT News from Samsung Electronics’ Mobile Experience division, a 200MP camera sensor could be used as the primary camera sensor for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S23. The article further claims that this upcoming Samsung smartphone will be the only one with his 200MP camera sensor.
The phone’s potential 5,000mAh battery was first revealed by Weibo contributor Ice Universe. According to new rumors, the upcoming Samsung S series phone will weigh around 228g and could be as thick as its predecessor, the Galaxy S22 Ultra.
The newly released Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset from Qualcomm is expected to power the upcoming series. Android 13 may be available soon. The Samsung Galaxy S23 series could debut next February.