Huawei Mate X3 Rumored to Launch With Next-Gen Satellite Communication

Recently, we’ve heard a lot about satellite connectivity and how it would be a significant advancement for the Android market with the newest Snapdragon devices. Now, there are reports that Huawei’s Mate X3 may also be released shortly with the same technology.

There are speculations that the company’s foldable will be its next flagship, as it would most probably be launched before the Huawei P60 series. In addition, it would likely be unveiled at the 2023 Spring Festival later this year, in March.

With the hardware capabilities for Beidou satellite messages, Huawei has made a major advancement in communication technology with the Mate 50 series. It is referred to as “piercing the sky higher” and has become the first mass-market smartphone in the world to support Beidou satellite news. The next-generation satellite communication technology will soon be available to consumers thanks to Huawei’s ongoing investments in research and development.

Huawei’s Satellite Integration Expected to Include Multiple Distinctive Features

Previous reports claim that Huawei’s next-generation satellite communication technology has support for three major things. This includes “short-term phone calls,” “voice text messages,” and “two-way send and receive text messages.” When there is no ground network, the Huawei Mate 50 series’ older satellite communication technology can only handle one-way message sending.

The latest information is that the Huawei Mate X3 could improve audio communication and two-way mutual sending on the same platform as the Mate 50 series. The SMS feature furthers the function of satellite communication and enables the sender to quickly look for help in an emergency.

Although we are all aware that satellite connectivity is not something that we make use of in our day-to-day lives, It is possible that some of us won’t have any need for it for the majority of our lives. However, it has the potential to save many lives, much like the iPhone has in the past.

The Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 is said to power the X3, and rumours also suggest that it comes with a 4800mAh battery and a 2K 120Hz eye protection display. Although the Mate X3’s Snapdragon 8+ chipset isn’t anything revolutionary, its rather modest configuration doesn’t do it justice. Furthermore, rumours suggest that it utilizes a triple-camera setup.

Let us know what you think of the technology in the comments below, and if you have any expectations set for Huawei’s upcoming foldable. 


Muhammad Qasim

Qasim's deep love for technology and gaming drives him to not only stay up-to-date on the latest developments but also to share his informed perspectives with others through his writing. Whether through this or other endeavors, he is committed to sharing his expertise and making a meaningful contribution to the world of tech and gaming.
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