Samsung Galaxy S24 Might Integrate Two-Way Satellite Connectivity

Samsung is reportedly working on two-way satellite connectivity for its upcoming Galaxy S24 lineup. Lee Jong-ho, the Minister of Science and ICT in Korea, has hinted at this work and will reveal the feature by next year. Already, Samsung’s high-end smartphones with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 have showcased the feature to connect to LEO (Low earth orbit) satellites for emergency calls.

The upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S24 is set to launch in the first quarter of next year with two processor options, which are the Exynos 2400 and Snapdragon 8 Gen 3. This satellite connectivity feature will also be available in the Exynos 2400 variant, which is currently offered by Huawei Android devices. This feature will help people in case there is an emergency, rescue operations, or medical assistance in remote areas.

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Talking about two-way satellite connectivity, it works like this: if you don’t have a cellular network, you can still make emergency calls and send messages to get help. So the Galaxy S24 will have this feature, and it’s amazing that the company is focusing on this amazing technology.

These flagship devices don’t support this two-way satellite connectivity feature: the Galaxy S23, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Z Fold 5.

It is uncertain, but the domestic industry is contemplating the commercialization of the service next year, in anticipation of the establishment of a satellite communication standard.

Lee Jong-ho stated in an interview


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