Android 14 Will Support Satellite Connectivity, Confirms Google


The Android 13 operating system has just been released, but the first news about the Android 14 is already known. The popular mobile operating system that should see the light of day by 2023. The next version of this software is expected to have the ability to connect with satellites.

This has been confirmed by Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome, Chrome OS, and Google Photos. He has done it through his Twitter profile of him, reporting that they are already designing Android so that the next version supports satellite connectivity, and will do so with the help of his partners.

Hiroshi Lockheimer does not mention his partners but it is clear that Starlink and T-Mobile will be one of his first partners, since both companies announced on August 25 that they were going to work together to increase mobile connectivity thanks to the network of Elon Musk satellites.

Currently, the few Android satellite phones on the market have a huge antenna and the manufacturers are the ones who had to add their own connectivity. With the arrival of Android 14, said support will be native.

It seems that in the coming month’s mobiles will begin to arrive that can be connected to a satellite to receive Internet. Moreover, it is rumored that there will be a model of the iPhone 14 with satellite connectivity and if this is confirmed, it will not take long for the rest of the manufacturers to follow in Apple’s footsteps.

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