As we all know, since the start of the Mate 50 series, Huawei has applied satellite communications to the field of popular smartphones, but at that time, the Mate 50 series is one-way contact, and users of handheld mobile phones can only release short messages to the outside and cannot receive them.
On the nova 12 Ultra, Huawei has achieved bi-directional satellite communication that not only sends, but also receives.
This feature may not be useful in places with good coverage, but it can be a vital insurance policy in the event of an emergency, a sudden loss of ground signal, or getting lost in a place without coverage.
With the nova 12 Ultra, users can not only report in real time for greater peace of mind, but also enable remote online rescue, keeping the phone and user “online” and constantly connected.
Industry insiders pointed out that to achieve satellite communication on mobile phones, it requires a certain technical threshold, but also a large investment in research and development, involving chip, protocol, terminal and other levels, the need for manufacturers to increase investment in technical research, such as chip module miniaturization, satellite protocol system optimization, user terminal management.
It is reported that the Huawei nova 12 Ultra will debut on December 26, when the Huawei nova 12 Standard edition, nova 12 Dynamic edition and nova 12 Pro will also be unveiled.