Huawei's Mate X3 foldable screen is available for pre-order at Huawei's JD.com store on March 17. According to Huawei's Yu Chengdong, the Huawei Mate X3 has once again "broken the ground" by supporting two-way satellite communication.
It is reported that Huawei Mate X3 will be the industry's first domestic foldable phone to support two-way satellite communication. When in desert no man's land, sea distress, earthquake rescue and other environments without ground network signal coverage, it can send out text and location information through the APP, keep in touch with the outside world, and support multiple locations to generate track maps.
Specifically, Huawei Mate X3 uses the function through the Changlian APP, without the need to apply for a special Beidou communication card or a professional signal receiving device.
The Beidou satellite will forward the messages it receives to the carrier's satellite ground station and then send them to the recipient via the carrier's network. No matter whether the recipient uses a Huawei mobile phone, the recipient can receive the email normally.
In tests, Huawei's satellite communication function can send messages to Beidou satellites in pristine forests and empty urban areas.
In addition, Huawei's poster hints that the Mate X3 will once again "lose weight" and bring a slim body design. The second poster shows a piece of ultra-thin folded glass standing in a meteorite block that is not afraid of being hit by rubble, suggesting that Huawei Mate X3 will have a very "reliable" screen durability.
At the system level, Huawei Mate X3 will also launch the new Hongmeng OS, which is pre-installed with Hongmeng OS 3.1. It is reported that Hongmeng OS 3.1 in the animation and system stability optimization spent a lot of thought, notification panel dynamic effect, widget layout selection and other major adjustments, but also fixed a lot of bugs.
It will be released on March 23.
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