$GTCH SAN DIEGO, April 06, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GBT Technologies Inc. (OTC PINK: GTCH) ("GBT”, or the “Company”) is seeking to upgrade qTerm’s power management system to enable longer working time. During preliminary testing of the device, GBT decided to enhance the device’s power management capabilities due to high usage expectations. In order to accommodate extensive usage of the device on a daily basis, GBT is now developing an enhanced power system to enable longer working hours. The Company’s R&D efforts are evaluating different types of batteries and supporting electronics to prolong usage time. The device is targeted to be typically in a sleep mode and wake up upon request for vitals measurement. Upon click of a button, the device will wake up and connect to a mobile application via BLE (Low Energy Bluetooth). A vital measurement can be taken, proving LED based visual feedback by qTerm. The results will be shown numerically on the mobile application. After about one minute the device will enter a sleep mode until the next measurement request. The mobile app and a synchronized web application will be providing the battery status and other information including history, statistics, geographical location, proximity alerts and more. The Company will also evaluate a rechargeable battery option as another method of providing longer working hours. The contemplated improved power system is also part of the overall FDA revisions certification process, aiming to define the device for telemedicine purposes enabling remote vitals results to be sent to clinics and hospitals for physicians review in real time.