Huawei Mate 50 will receive support for satellite communications

A few days ago, we wrote about the forecast of the famous analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, in which he predicted the iPhone 13 will support satellite communications , and now a Chinese source says about the same about the Huawei Mate 50.

True, there is no longer any question of call support. Reportedly, Huawei Mate 50 will be able to send emergency SMS messages, using a satellite communication channel using the Beidu system (Chinese analogue of GPS and GLONASS) in the event that cellular communication is not available at this particular time. Moreover, this feature will not be exclusive to Huawei - the source writes that " the Beidu short message feature " will appear in other Chinese smartphones and that it " will allow mobile phones to communicate directly with satellites when there is no [cellular] connection ." Interestingly, the source says that Apple will not be the first in this. That is, if support for satellite communications in the iPhone is, it will not be in the iPhone 13.

The insider who published this data specializes in leaks about Huawei smartphones. However, the fact that smartphones from the Middle Kingdom will soon receive satellite communications support for emergencies is not his invention: it was reported on the TV report of CCTV 13, the news channel of China Central Television.

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