At the launch of the Mate 50 series, Huawei’s “Poke the Sky” technology was officially unveiled: Huawei Mate 50 series supports Beidou satellite messaging hardware capabilities, which allows users to send text and location information outward to contact the outside world when they are in desert no man’s land, in distress at sea, earthquake rescue, and other environments without ground network signal coverage.
Yu Chengdong said that Huawei Mate 50 series phones are the world’s first popular smartphones to support BeiDou satellite messages.
A few days ago, digital blogger “Song Jingting” posted a screenshot of a chat from “Huawei Customer Service”, which mentioned whether other models can support satellite communication through a software upgrade. Other models cannot support this feature through software upgrades.
According to this, Huawei Mate Xs 2 should be integrated in advance with hardware capabilities, but or because it is still being tested and other reasons, before first shielded by software.
It is reported that Huawei Mate Xs 2 is the industry’s first phone to support tri-band Wi-Fi, supporting dual 5GHz bands + 2.4GHz bands, with a theoretical peak rate of 4Gbps, which Yu Chengdong previously introduced: “This is currently the fastest phone for Wi-Fi”.
Core configuration, Huawei Mate Xs 2 with 7.8-inch screen, the resolution of 2480 * 2200, folded state screen size of 6.5 inches, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G processor, priced from RMB 9,999.