The Pixel team at Google has hinted that Android 14 may offer significant advancements in mobile communication technologies. The team announced that users of Android 14 may soon be able to send and receive satellite SMS. According to Phone Arena, this would allow consumers to stay connected even when they are in places with poor or no cellular coverage.

Once the update is deployed, users will be able to use their devices to send and receive SMS messages, even in areas where cellular coverage is limited or unavailable. Furthermore, the tweet stated that Pixel and Galaxy phones will be among the first Android devices to allow SMS via satellite.

SMS Satellite Service
“SMS Satellite will be added to Android, and will require appropriate hardware; it’s up to the manufacturer, but Pixel and Galaxy will be among the first to have it,” Pixel #TeamPixel stated. The final and stable version of Android 14 is close around the brink, with only two to three weeks till its release. However, the actual extent of satellite support in smartphones remains unknown.

SMS Satellite Function
“SMS Satellite will be added to Android, and it will require appropriate hardware; it is up to the manufacturer, but Pixel and Galaxy will be among the first to have it,” Pixel #TeamPixel stated. The final and stable version of Android 14 is right around the verge, with an expected two to three weeks till its release. However, the actual extent of satellite support in smartphones is unknown.

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