Oppo smartphones will be able to work without a cellular network and Wi-Fi (3 photos + video)

Modern communication systems may be unstable during public events or in remote areas. One way out of this situation is to use MeshTalk technology, which creates a local decentralized network between Oppo smartphone owners. Oppo’s gadgets, using energy-efficient end-to-end encryption, build a local network in which the distance between nodes does not exceed 3 km. If necessary, the signal can be amplified using special devices (repeaters). Communication is carried out directly between user devices in the same way as using radio stations. Using MeshTalk technology, the owner of the OPPO device can be in standby mode for up to 72 hours, which will provide reliable communication in an area with poor coverage or in places where the mobile network is often congested (at concerts, at the airport or train station). You also don’t need to use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth wireless technology. It is currently unknown which Oppo models MeshTalk technology will be compatible with and when it will be launched in serial devices. ,

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