Today, Xiaomi released the latest addition to its XIAOMI smartphone series, Xiaomi UWB technology, which offers unique mobility features for all sorts of mobile devices and smart phones. With this feature, the company claims that the Mi 10 smartphone can be easily turned on, point at an object, point to the screen at another object, or even point at the camera, which enables the device to recognize the object.
According to Xiaomi, it has transformed the Mi 9 series smartphone and other smartphone devices, including the Mi 9 plus, into a collection of high-tech smart home devices and mobile phones, with the help of Xiaomi UWB technology. In short, UWB technology uses directional microphones to help the smartphone “know where” the user is.
In the past, directional microphones were not effective enough because they only used the strength of sound waves. In fact, they were useless for certain types of motion-based technology. With this new technology, the microphone can differentiate between different sorts of motions.
For example, if a user is walking and he turns his head and moves his arm, the direction of the wave will change, which means the direction of the sound wave will also change. This is the Xiaomi UWB technology that allows the smartphone to distinguish between movement and stationary objects. As a result, the smartphone will point the display at a particular object or a place.
If the device is in a different room than the user, the sound waves will change direction as well. That way, the device will identify a location on the opposite side of the room, which means the user will be able to interact with the mobile phone without having to look at the display. The device will not be able to recognize a location outside the user’s field of vision.
However, it is important to note that directional microphones are still only able to determine location. They are not able to distinguish between objects and their locations. Although Xiaomi UWB claims that it will be possible in the future to distinguish between objects and their locations, it is unlikely to happen for the foreseeable future, as it needs to be proven by further research.
Xiaomi uWB technology is also able to distinguish between different colors. Because these types of microphones work using the same principle, it should be very easy to distinguish between white and black, red and green and blue, and so on. It should also be possible to distinguish between different hues and even different skin tones, making it easier for the user to navigate through different screens.
In short, directional microphones can be used to create a more realistic experience when the smartphone is used in real-world settings. They allow the smartphone to function in such a way that it can distinguish between objects and its locations, which are crucial for people who use this device frequently, like those who live in large cities.