Huawei Mate Xs2 Supports China’s Beidou Satellite Communication feature

World’s first smartphone that has a feature to connect to china’s Beidou satellite system for messaging or another purpose.

According to recent reports, the Huawei Mate Xs2 foldable phone may be the first to utilize the satellite communication feature from Beidou.

According to Huawei, the Mate Xs2 is the first and only smartphone that is enabled this satellite feature otherwise another smartphone under the Huwaei Mate series is not capable of it.

Beidou Satellite communication, a new wireless technology, is known for its SMS service. It is a remarkable invention by China’s Beidou satellite navigation systems and has a significant advantage.

This feature allows users to send short messages or locations via satellite messages from Beidou even if they are not connected to the internet. This feature also includes navigational tools that can be used to travel.

This technology is described by the company as “pierce to the sky upwards”.

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The Gaint Smartphone company tries to perform its best when some regulations from the U.S. sanctions have been made, this maybe not good for the mobile phone business.

Other models cannot use this feature through software upgrades. Mobile phones of other brands can still receive Beidou messages in these regions, but they do not have cellular service.

The Huawei Mate Xs 2 is a popular foldable phone that could be able to receive this satellite communication function in the future.

The Mate 50 Smartphone and MatePad Pro tablet was introduced by some Tech Giant from China on Tuesday.

Huawei Mate 50 features a new camera that has 4 lenses placed in a circular pattern on the back.

Harmony 3.0 is also available on the phone. This latest version of Huawei’s own operating system was released after the company was banned from using Google’s Android software.

Huawei was actually banned by google for using their Android operating system and that give a chance to Huawei to make their own operating system which is now introduced in the latest Mate series along with Harmony 3.0.

United States put some regulations and restrictions on Huawei smartphones because of which Huawei has lost super-fast 5G connectivity in their smartphone. Instead, the phone connects with the 4G networks of previous generations.

According to Huawei, Mate Xs2 is the only first smartphone that is released for public use that will use the latest satellite feature to connect to Beidou (China’s Satellite System).

Beidou, which was completed in 2020, is a competitor to the U.S. government’s Global Positioning System (GPS), widely used around the globe.

This latest feature has some uniqueness, if someone is present in any remote area where it is impossible to find any third-party mobile network then smartphone users are still capable to connect through China’s Beidou.

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On Tuesday, the Mate 50 went on presale in China. The initial pricing for the Huawei latest Xs2 is around 4,999 Yuan equals 718 Dollars and Mate 50 Pro’s initial value is around 6,799 Yuan equals 1006 Dollars.

After U.S. sanctions cut off key components and software, Huawei is trying to keep its relevance in the smartphone market. Huawei used to be the top smartphone manufacturer in the world but now only a small percentage of the market is held by the company.

This is Huawei’s latest foldable phone. It is also the first phone to utilize tri-band Wi-Fi. Because it relies on tri-band WiFi connectivity, you can carry out even the most complex network tasks with your phone.

Tri-band routers can support three different bands, including two frequency bands of 5GHz and one frequency band of 2.4GHz. It’s basically like having three networks within one phone.

This could be why Huawei Mate Xs 2 supports the Beidou satellite communication feature.

According to recent reports, the Huawei Mate Xs2 foldable phone may be the first to utilize the satellite communication feature from Beidou. Huawei claims that the Mate 50 series’ latest model is the first to offer this feature.

This feature allows users to send short messages or locations via satellite messages from Beidou even if they are not connected to the internet. This feature also includes navigational tools that can be used to travel.

This technology is described by the company as “pierce to the sky upwards.”

Other models cannot use this feature through software upgrades. Mobile phones of other brands can still receive Beidou messages in these regions, but they do not have cellular service.

The Huawei Mate Xs 2 is a popular foldable phone that could be able to receive this satellite communication function in the future.

Huawei Mate Xs2 Vs iPhone 14

Similar features were also announced by Apple for iPhone 14 before the Huawei Mate Xs 2.

Apple’s highly anticipated SOS feature powered by satellites for iPhone 14 was unveiled on the same day that Huawei revealed its own version.

Chinese smartphone and telecoms giant Huawei announced that its Mate 50 series would allow texting via satellite communication. This feature is possible thanks to Beidou, China’s own navigation system that competes with the U.S. government-owned Global Positioning System.

It is not a new technology to send messages via satellite signal. Huawei stated that this is the first time such a feature has been introduced to consumer-facing smartphones. The special app will allow users to send messages, and their coordinates and create a map of their route while their cellular connection is down.

In the U.S., the SOS communication feature can be more helpful because it’s easier to get off the grid. This could be because people camp or because there are no cellular signals. If you’ve ever tried to find real wilderness in China, you know how many times you end up on 5G-covered paths (with steps and handrails!) Instead of hiking trails within spectacular national reserves,

Huawei will not be saved by this new satellite function. Since the U.S. cut off access to its core Android services, and advanced chip supplies, the market share of this behemoth has been in decline. According to Counterpoint data, it has also suffered domestically, falling out of the top five Chinese brands last year. Apple was fifth in China’s Q2 with 13% of its shipment volume.

For now, Apple’s SOS satellite option only exists in the U.S.A. and Canada. Huawei is only available in mainland China. This divide led a Chinese tech analyst, to refer to the technological decoupling of the U.S. with China. “This situation [of two handset giants providing the SOS feature within their own country] is an analogy for our world today.”

However, the ties between these two tech superpowers are more complicated than people thought. The New York Times reported this week that: This is why Huawei Mate Xs2 should have this function.

This is Huawei’s latest foldable phone. It is also the first phone to utilize tri-band Wi-Fi. Because it relies on tri-band WiFi connectivity, you can carry out even the most complex network tasks with your phone.

Tri-band routers can support three different bands, including two frequency bands of 5GHz and one frequency band of 2.4GHz. It’s basically like having three networks within one phone. This could be why Huawei Mate Xs 2 supports the Beidou satellite communication feature.

Huawei Mate Xs 2 Other specifications:

This phone has a large foldable OLED display measuring 7.0 inches with 2200×2480 resolutions.

When folded, the dimensions of this device are 156.5×75.5×11.1 mm. However, when unfolded they measure 156.5×139.3×5.4 mm.

The Qualcomm SM8350 Snapdragon 888 4G Octa-core processor powers it. The rear camera includes a 50MP main camera, an 8MP telephoto camera, and a 13MP ultrawide camera. On the front, it features a 10.7MP selfie camera.

Mate Xs 2 has a 4600 mAh battery and a 66W fast charging capability. There are two storage options available for the Mate Xs 2, 8GB +256GB and 12GB+512GB. You can choose from three different colors for the phone: Black, White, or Purple.

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