Since Huawei is developing its own mobile operating system called HarmonyOS. It is also including new features that will come in handy. For example, the power to “call without battery” when it comes to an emergency.
This journey carried out by the Chinese company, after being denied access to Android for espionage, resulted in alternatives that benefit users. The third version of its operating system is exploring the possibility of giving users of their phones the ability to make an emergency call when the battery charge is dead. The idea is that the OS will squeeze every last milliamp out of the battery to reboot the phone with the most essential systems and allow you to make one last emergency call. This was known thanks to a leak about the development that the Chinese phone manufacturer is testing. If this feature progresses as expected and is implemented, it could certainly save more than one life.
It is normal that when our cell phone reaches a low battery mode, the energy saving function is activated. Each manufacturer does it to a different level, but in general they all perform the same function. The objective is to lower the performance of the cell phone to help extend the life of the battery charge. Now Huawei intends to take this level to the extreme by allowing a call function when the phone is “dead”.
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By activating this emergency system, the user will not only be able to make a last call, but it could also allow sending text messages, scanning documents and even sending our location. It is possible that it allows you to activate only one of the software systems with minimum consumption to be able to operate when nothing else does on the cell phone. It seems like a very interesting system and we just have to wait to see if Huawei implements it in its future devices.
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