Samsung Galaxy S24 could be the first smartphone that can support Wi-Fi 7, according to a report. The development builds on the suggestion that the first batch of Wi-Fi 7 phones are expected to launch in the second half of 2024. Currently, the top models of various OEMs are equipped with Wi-Fi 6 or newer Wi-Fi-6E version. It should be noted that Qualcomm launched the Wi-Fi 7 Networking Pro Series platform in May of this year.
Quote a report Supported by DigiTimes by microchip testing labs, GSMArena reports that the first batch of Wi-Fi 7 phones is expected to launch in the second half of 2024, and the Samsung Galaxy S24 series could be the first batch of devices. The first handset will be supported for subsequent devices. – Wireless network transmitter. Wi-Fi 7 is said to offer speeds up to 2.4 times faster than the Wi-Fi 6 standard.
Wi-Fi organization speak that the IEEE 802.11be (Wi-Fi 7) standard is capable of “supporting a maximum throughput of at least 30Gbps to increase performance, enable Wi-Fi enhancements, and expand use cases” for streaming AR / VR, 4K and 8K , cloud computing, among other things, requires low latency.
Wi-Fi 7 focuses on physics (PHY) and medium access control (MAC) enhancements, and will be backward compatible and co-exist with legacy devices in the 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 5GHz bands. 6GHz.
Qualcomm announced “the world’s most scalable portfolio of Wi-Fi 7 networking platforms” includes services spanning 6 to 16 streams. The US-based chipmaker says that its products can support wireless interface capacities up to 33Gbps and peak throughput above 10Gbps.