Motorola announced this Friday (24) satellite communication service this allows the user to stay in touch with other people even in areas with no cellular signal. The innovation works similarly to the emergency SOS of the iPhone 14, which was released last year.
In the name of Motorola Defy Satellite, the technology requires the use of a portable accessory responsible for communication with the satellite network. The tiny device connects to a mobile phone via Bluetooth and can be used with any Android smartphone or even iPhone, according to the company.
The device provides access to the application Bullit Satellite Messenger, a messaging service that works over Wi-Fi and cellular networks and also connects to satellite. In the latter case, the technology kicks in when the other connection is not available, allowing the user to communicate while passing through remote areas.
for use Motorola satellite communicationsAccording to the manufacturer, a “clear view of the sky” is required for the connection to occur. After receiving a message through the platform, the recipient is invited to download the Bullit app to view the message.
What is the price?
The person receiving the message does not have to pay anything to read it. However, a sender Motorola Defy Satellite Subscription to access the service by purchasing the device at a price of $99 (R$514), as well as paying $4.99 per month (R$25 for the price of the day).
The accessory will be available from the second quarter of this year and can also be purchased in bundles for $149 (R$774) with a 12-month subscription to the service. Interested buyers can now sign up on the Motorola website.
Source: Tec Mundo
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