Xiaomi and OPPO, technology companies, have made a significant investment in China for natural disasters. This investment, which covers user life, aims to provide notifications of phones and other products before an earthquake.
Due to the recent frequent earthquakes, manufacturers have started to offer pre-earthquake notifications on some of their products. There are already several companies that do this. But recent reports suggest that Xiaomi and OPPO will be more sensitive about this.
Normally Xiaomi’s smartphones have this feature. But the Chinese manufacturer wants to take it a little further. At OPPO, on the other hand, he again agrees with his rival Xiaomi. Therefore, both companies decided to invest in Chengdu Meihuan Technology Co. Ltd., which is located in their home countries, to provide the pre-earthquake notification.
The capital of Chengdu Meihuan has suddenly risen after two technology companies invested, according to reports today. The company, which has a registered capital of 13 million yuan, increased this capital to 14 million yuan after investing in Xiaomi and OPPO.
The pre-earthquake warning is currently available on many devices. For example, advanced smart TVs and some mobile phones can receive this notification in the event of an earthquake. Last week a citizen living in China received a warning message before the earthquake thanks to the Redmi K40 model and immediately left his home. This incident also increased interest in Xiaomi.
But Xiaomi wants to take this function to a slightly more advanced level with the company it has just invested in. Likewise, at OPPO, he continues to work in this field. Therefore, in the future, it will be possible to see the notifications before the earthquake on the smartphones and TVs of the two companies. Chengdu Meihuan will provide the main task.
Who is Chengdu Meihuan and when it was founded
Chengdu Meihuan, a company focused on early warning research before an earthquake, was founded in China in 2008. This company, which is legally represented by Wang Tun; provides technological goods import and export services related to earthquake services.