Therefore, Huawei has already squeezed GPS and A-GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Beidou reception into the Huawei Locator. This means that when outdoors, this means that the positioning is accurate to less than 5 meters. Internally, you look more like 30-meter accuracy, and the locator switches to WiFi-based triangulation.
Huawei has equipped the locator with a 660 mAh battery, claiming it can run in standby for up to 15 days. In fact, we suspect that this is the best situation. Like other similar products, locators are often used when paired with a smartphone. If the user moves more than 32 feet, it will automatically sound an alarm, and a built-in buzzer warns the user that the user may forget to take the laptop bag or golf club.
Huawei supports the new cellular wireless standards NB-IoT and eMTC for IoT devices. These so-called narrowband wireless systems are part of the LTE Advanced Pro standard, which further saves power by limiting bandwidth. Not every operator supports them, but in the US, T-Mobile is the first operator to support NB-IoT.
If the user finds that he is lost and needs help, the Huawei Locator has an SOS button, and the locator is waterproof and dustproof to IP68. The Huawei Locator is approximately 1.95 x 1.5 x 0.67 inches and weighs 1.4 ounces.