Unannounced Motorola Defy 5G rugged smartphone has unique messaging feature

Unannounced Motorola Defy 5G rugged smartphone has unique messaging feature

Although it may not be a big name in the smartphone industry like Apple or Samsung, the Bullitt Group is an innovative British mobile phone manufacturer that has a strategic partnership with motorola and CAT to develop the rugged phone.

Last year, British company announced It is planned to launch the first smartphone to include two-way satellite messaging capability. Bullitt has been working with a major chipset maker and a satellite network infrastructure partner for the past two years to create a messaging service for devices that can easily switch between Wi-Fi, cellular and satellite.

The satellite messaging service operated by Bullitt Group will be available to anyone using their phone (regardless of what carrier they use), as long as they sign up for a satellite service plan and own Use the Messages app.

Last week, Bullitt Group Confirmed That the service will be commercially available in Q1 2023. Not only that, but the company revealed that the next phone in the Defy range will be the first smartphone to support its satellite messaging service.

Dubbed Bullitt Satellite Connect, the service is the result of a collaboration between Bullitt Group, MediaTek and Skylo, which built and operates the network running Bullitt’s satellite messaging service.

After attempting to connect normally via Wi-Fi or cellular, Bullitt’s services will connect via satellite if both are not available. It is important to mention that one can also receive a message on their existing phone as a simple SMS and reply using the Bullitt Satellite Messenger app, which is available for both Android and iOS devices.

According to Bullitt, “the cost of the messages will be deducted from the plan of the subscriber sending the satellite messages at no cost to the recipient.” As far as pricing goes, subscription plans start at $4.99/month, and SOS support will be free for the first year.

No other details about the unannounced Motorola Defy 5G The rugged phone has been revealed but we can safely assume that it will be launched in the first quarter of 2023 along with Bullitt’s satellite messaging service.

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