First smartphone with fast Wi-Fi 7 coming early 2024

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According to a new report, the first smartphones to support Wi-Fi 7 may start arriving as early as the second half of 2024. Digitimes Which cites IC backend houses and inspection laboratories.

Wi Fi 7
Wi-Fi 7 is capable of using 320 MHz channels and supports 4K Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) technology, ultimately providing 2.4x faster speeds than Wi-Fi 6 which has the same number of antennas .

Positioned as the next major generation Wi-Fi technology evolution, Wi-Fi 7 is expected to deliver speeds of “at least 30” gigabits per second and could even hit up to 40Gbps. Wi-Fi Alliance, It will deliver much faster speeds for next-generation AR/VR, 8K video streaming and gaming devices.

Wi-Fi 6 has speeds of up to 9.6 Gb/s, and WiFi 5 has a maximum of 3.5 Gb/s, so there will be a marked improvement when WiFi 7 is launched. There’s no word yet on when Apple might implement Wi-Fi 7, but it’s worth noting that Apple hasn’t even adopted Wi-Fi 6e, which has been available since 2019.

Apple devices are still using Wi-Fi 6, and there is a possibility that Apple will drop Wi-Fi 6e altogether, until the launch of Wi-Fi 7 alongside Wi-Fi 6. Digitimes Turns out that with the launch of Wi-Fi 7 on the horizon, Wi-Fi 6e is “just a transitional technology.”

Wi-Fi 7 will come first to routers and notebooks before making its way to smartphones. In January, MediaTek demonstrated Wi-Fi 7, and Intel has said it plans to adopt Wi-Fi 7 in PC laptops by 2024, with the technology seeing the technology in key markets in 2025. Qualcomm is also working on Wi-Fi 7 chip options. which is expected to appear in the same time frame.

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