In times of debate on the pros and cons of 5G, Oppo MeshTalk answers another question: what do we do when there is no connection at all?
No WiFi, no Bluetooth. And maybe in full emergency.
For this the company introduces a technology which allows you to communicate with devices within 3 kilometers.
MeshTalk (the "mesh" in the name says it) transforms i devices in nodes of a "mesh" network that can bounce a signal towards a destination, even in the absence of a direct connection.
MeshTalk uses an ultra-sensitive processor developed ad hoc (but whose features have not yet been released): a short-range system that allows both voice calls and text messages.
According to Oppo MeshTalk also has very low consumption, allowing a standby of 72 hours in this mode. A great thing when you are in areas not covered by signal or in emergency situations.