There has been a really bizarre Huawei Mate 50 rumor. It claims that the Huawei Mate 50 series might possibly be used to place calls and send texts from the afterlife. In other words, even if the battery is dead, it might still function.

The Huawei Mate 50 might have the ability to make calls from afterlife. tipster on Weibo provided this information, and Huawei Central intercepted it. So, just how will this operate? According to reports, the Mate 50 series will have a feature dubbed emergency battery mode.

In essence, you’ll be able to communicate even if your phone’s battery runs out in that mode. It appears that Harmony OS 3.0 will include this capability. But we’re not clear if it means that all the other hardware running that OS will also have it.

Advertisement In addition to being able to place calls and send texts, it will also be possible to scan documents or location codes. We’re unsure of Huawei’s strategy for doing this, though.

TWO WAYS ARE AVAILABLE FOR HUAWEI TO DO THIS As far as we can tell, there are two possibilities. First, Huawei might shut down your phone for everything else and reserve a small portion of the total battery capacity for this mode. That would only take a small software change.

The other possibility is that the devices have a tiny spare battery. This would limit the use of this feature, at least initially, to the Mate 50 series. Though we’ll see, the first option is most plausible.

Advertisement In the upcoming weeks, the Huawei Mate 50 series is anticipated. September is the rumored launch month, however Huawei has not yet confirmed anything.

The new XMAGE camera image brand from Huawei will debut on the Huawei Mate 50 smartphones. Due to the end of its cooperation with Leica, Huawei made the announcement last month.

Those devices are anticipated to replace the current flagships for the company, albeit they will probably come with the Snapdragon 888 instead of 5G. Since Huawei is still subject to the US ban, its access to technology is somewhat restricted, as most of you are aware. On its phones, it is also not permitted to pre-install Google services or apps.

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