Tuesday , March 2 2021

The first satellite Android smartphone market in the world



The world's first satellite Android smartphone comes in the market. In this, new aspects have been exposed to the world of technology. Thuraya, a company under its name, put the phone on the market. Thuraya is predominantly a regional provider of mobile telephony via a United Kingdom-based satellite.

The difference between ordinary smartphones and satellite smartphones is the use of conventional networking systems for common smartphones. But satellite smartphones do the offline work with satellite networks instead of conventional networking systems.

A news report from GSM Arena said the name of the new smartphone is the X-Five Touch. It does not seem to be a smartphone, but it can do all the work like smartphones. It has a 5×2 inch touch screen.

The storage capacity of the 2 GB RAM smartphone is 16 GB. Customers will be able to further increase this storage. The rear camera is powered by 8 megapixels and the front camera is 2 megapixels. The X-5 Touch Satellite smartphone will be powered by the Android 7.1 Nugget. Its weight is 262 grams. An antenna is connected to this smartphone for satellite calls.

It can be used in two sims. One socket should use 2G / 3G / 4G SIM and other sockets to connect to the satellite. This device can be found in 160 countries around the world. For this purpose, customers will have to calculate approximately EUR 1.8 thousand in the currency of Bangladesh.


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