During the 2023 Digital Ecosystem Satellite Mobile Communications Industry Development Forum in China, Honor’s General Manager, Li Kun, made an announcement regarding significant advancements in the company’s self-developed satellite communication technology.
Honor’s solution has successfully overcome three major technical challenges in satellite communication: antenna size, call duration, and overall communication experience. With this breakthrough, consumers can expect a seamless satellite communication experience characterized by the smallest antenna size, the most stable signal, and the most power-efficient operation.
Industry insider Digital Chat Station revealed that Honor plans to integrate this new satellite communication technology into its upcoming Honor Magic6 series smartphones, which are set to be released before the Spring Festival. These smartphones will also incorporate Honor’s proprietary low-power calling and heat dissipation technologies.
In addition to this development, Honor CEO Zhao Ming shared future plans to enhance the integration of Honor’s AI model with MagicOS, the company’s operating system. This integration aims to leverage the power of artificial intelligence to provide users with improved functionality and enhanced user experiences.
Furthermore, Honor previously hinted at the introduction of an on-device LLM (Large Language Model) powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. This LLM will process all data stored on the device, including photos, contacts, videos, and more, delivering faster and more reliable results to users.
Overall, Honor’s advancements in satellite communication technology and its ongoing efforts to integrate AI and innovative features into its smartphones demonstrate the company’s commitment to delivering cutting-edge technology and exceptional user experiences to its customers.