Realme CEO Madhav Seth tweeted on February 27, 2020, that Realme X50 Pro 5G will be accessible with NavIC as India’s first smartphone with ISRO’s navigation technology. On the different hand, Xiaomi India’s Manu Kumar Jain tweeted that Redmi telephone will be the world’s first to use ISRO’s navigational system NavIC.
Manu Kumar Jain, Xiaomi India’s Managing Director just lately introduced an settlement with ISRO to use India’s navigation system. Manu Kumar Jain confirmed by way of a tweet that the upcoming Redmi telephone will be the world’s first smartphone that may use ISRO’s NavIC technology. Jain additionally introduced that the subsequent Xiaomi and Redmi telephones will be geared up with ISRO’s NavIC approach.
Realme CEO, Madhav Seth additionally claimed that Realme’s smartphone will be the first to use ISRO’s NavIC system. Madhav Seth tweeted that Realme X50 Pro will be the first smartphone in the world to use NavIC, ISRO’s navigational technology. The firm goes to launch Realme-6 on March 5 with ISRO’s newest navigation technology.
According to the media experiences, NavIC will present a lot better navigation system than the conventional GPS. Since it’ll be coated by an Indian satellite tv for pc, there’ll be lesser probability to break the alerts and community issues.
What is NavIC?
• Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) or NavIC has been developed by ISRO – Indian Space Research Organisation. ISRO has designed the NavIC for Indian customers in addition to the extending skill up to 1500 km from its boundary.
• NavIC gives correct and real-time navigational service by way of its technical skills.
• Currently, it has been designed for India solely however it might present its providers up to 1500 km round its path.
• NavIC makes use of dual-band frequency whereas conventional GPS makes use of single-band frequency.
Some functions of NavIC
According to the official web site of ISRO, IRNSS or NavIC can be used for Terrestrial navigation help for hikers and vacationers, Terrestrial, Aerial and Marine Navigation, Vehicle monitoring and fleet administration, Mapping and Geodetic knowledge seize, visible and voice navigation for drivers, Disaster Management and Precise Timing.