On Wednesday, Chinese phone maker ZTE unveiled a range of new devices at its spring product launch in Shenzhen. Among them was the brand’s new flagship phone the Axon 50 Ultra, which supports two-way satellite messaging via the BeiDou satellite, meaning that users are able to send and receive SMS messages in areas without a traditional phone signal. Earlier in March, Huawei’s P60 series became the first consumer phone to offer the satellite technology, but the telecom giant’s devices were only available with a 4G version of the tech. The Axon 50 Ultra also features a 6.67-inch AMOLED curved screen with 144Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, and a ZTE-developed security chip. Other items showcased at the release event included the 5G dual-system tablet Axon Pad and the AI glasses-free tablet Nubia Pad 3D. The prices and launch dates for the new products have not yet been announced. [IThome, in Chinese]