Although the next top series to be launched by Samsung is the Galaxy S23, today the first news about the Galaxy S24 series, expected to arrive in 2024, emerged.
And the news couldn’t be more encouraging. Samsung’s top series will be the first to bring the Wi-Fi 7 standard to the market.
Samsung Galaxy S24 may be the first to include Wi-Fi 7 standard
Samsung may bring the first smartphone with Wi-Fi 7 to market [email protected]/Pixabay
Until now, the rumors have been focused on the next top series to be launched by Samsung: the Galaxy S23. But today came the first news about the Galaxy S24 family expected to launch in 2024.
According to the DigiTimes website, the new Wi-Fi wireless communications standard should begin to be massified in the second half of 2024. But Samsung can anticipate and include this new standard in its Galaxy S24 series, which should make the its arrival on the market in February 2024.
If it manages to do so, Samsung will be the first smartphone brand to offer this faster standard of wireless communication. For now, no further details are known about this series. However, this news is quite encouraging and hints at the South Korean giant’s commitment to innovating the smartphone segment.
It is possible that until the launch of the Galaxy S23 series in February 2023, no more information will be released about a family of smartphones that will only be launched in 2024. But, for now, expectations are quite good.
But what are the benefits of Wi-Fi 7 for the user?
For now, the standards of this technology available on the market are Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E. It is expected that throughout 2024, this wireless communication technology will be massified and reach the hands of end users.
Once it arrives, users can enjoy a data transfer speed that is around 2.4 times faster than the previous standard. According to the Wi-Fi Organization, the new standard reaches values of up to 33 Gbps.
On the other hand, Wi-Fi 7 will also offer more stability in connections and allow more equipment to be connected to the network. All because it will operate in the three existing frequencies: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz.
Both Qualcomm and MediaTek already have processors that support Wi-Fi 7, so everything is ready for the next generation of smartphones to have this new wireless communication technology.
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