According to the latest report, the Huawei Mate X3 will be the company’s next flagship phone and support satellite communications.
According to a new report, the Huawei Mate X3 will be the company’s next flagship phone and support satellite communications. Furthermore, the phone is expected to get a new satellite communications feature, similar to what other high-end devices already have.
The Huawei Mate X3 was rumoured to be released in late 2022, and however that did not happen. It is now scheduled to arrive “soon,” according to a leaker, and will appear before the new P60 series. That would make it the next big thing to come out of Huawei, implying that it is close. The leak, discovered on the Chinese social network Weibo, also says that the Huawei Mate X2 will have a new type of satellite communication technology that will not only put it on the level with but somewhat outperform the iPhone 14.
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When no cellular or Wi-Fi connectivity is available, the iPhone 14 series may connect to low earth orbit satellites and deliver a call for help to emergency services. It’s a tool designed to assist individuals in getting rescued when they can’t call for help, but it can only handle brief text messages. Because bandwidth is so restricted, Apple takes the messaging and has users answer a few questions, with the answers forwarded to responders.
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According to this report, that is considerably different from what Huawei is expected to provide with the Mate X3. It has Huawei’s technology as a notable enhancement, allowing people to send and receive voice messages as needed.
That would undoubtedly be a significant improvement over what Apple now provides. While Qualcomm’s recently announced Snapdragon Satellite feature enables two-way messaging, there was no mention of voice in its announcement.
It is unclear when Huawei will unveil its new top foldable smartphone, but anticipation is high. While most people hope they never need satellite communications, there is no doubt that the feature is a crucial safety net if they do.