With the passing of years, mobile devices arrive with new technologies, as will be the case with the next standard wifi 7. The next generation of connectivity already promises greater speed, optimized bandwidth and would be available in two years. A) Yes, Samsung would be the first manufacturer to incorporate the new connection variant with its Galaxy S24 model, as reported by the DigiTimes portal.
Wifi 7, unlike version 6E, will be a major update, since it enters with the 6 GHz band, which will complement the 2.4 and 5 GHz bands to reach speeds of up to 36 Gbps.
The year 2024 would be the projected year for the launch of Wi-Fi 7. In addition, Intel pointed out that they are already working on the development of their adapted chips, so that laptops and routers will enjoy the new connectivity.
Likewise, Samsung would choose the second quarter of 2024 to launch its future flagship smartphone compatible with Wi-Fi 7. Although it is known that only the highest-end devices will have access to the technology, they may also be present in some mid-range devices. .
Similarly, MediaTek and Qualcomm have already revealed their chips compatible with the future version of connectivity at Mobile World Congress. The production of the components has already been completed, but in this case it would not be the Galaxy S23 that will release them.
Just like Apple and Samsung: famous Chinese brand will stop including charger in their cell phones
Billy Zhang, Oppo’s vice president of sales and services abroad, has just confirmed that some of the phones that this Chinese company will launch in 2023 would arrive without a free charger. However, he did not detail what the models would be.
“We will be taking the charger out of the box next year for several products. We have a plan. It’s not that easy for consumers to get access to SuperVOOC chargers, so we need to keep it in the box.”
“However, as we expand our business operations, we are looking to take the chargers out of the box and into the store so that our users can purchase the chargers and continue to use them even as they upgrade their devices,” he added.
At the moment, it is unknown if this measure would only affect the Chinese market or if it would be something global. However, unlike Apple and Samsung, which do not bet on ultra-fast charging, Oppo does, even its most recent devices have this feature.