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TechnologySamsung’s Galaxy S10 will be one of the first Wi-Fi 6 phones

16:31  04 february  2019
16:31  04 february  2019 Source:   theverge.com

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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 will be one of the first smartphones to support the faster Wi-Fi speeds offered by Wi-Fi 6. Regulatory filings from Samsung, spotted by Droid Life, reveal that three models of the upcoming phone will include support for the brand-new Wi-Fi standard.

Those speed gains won’t do much right away, though. Almost no one has a Wi-Fi 6 router, and you’ll need one to take advantage of Wi-Fi 6’s improvements. Wi-Fi 6 also doesn’t offer immense speed gains for individual devices. It’s supposed to improve performance in homes or on Wi-Fi networks where a ton of devices are connected (say, a home with a bunch of smart gadgets installed), and those devices will need Wi-Fi 6 to really see benefits, too.

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Galaxy S 10 and S 10 Plus Specs. Samsung employs both its own Exynos and Qualcomm' s Snapdragon processors in its phones , and uses one or the Samsung could go even bigger, though, based on a rumor from Ice Universe that claims one of the sensors will collect 48 megapixels of data.

The Galaxy S 10 secret weapon is a 'life pattern' mode. The technology to automate the smartphone function based on the artificial intelligence (AI) 5G is expected to be all the rage in 2019, and on that note, the Samsung Galaxy S 10 is what we ' re anticipating to be one of the first phones to support

Still, it’s a feature worth having. It makes the phone a bit more future-proof, and if you buy a new router in the next couple of years, it’ll likely bring Wi-Fi 6 support to your home.

There haven’t been many Wi-Fi 6 devices so far, but the Galaxy S10 suggests that could be about to change. The phone likely comes with Qualcomm’s new top-of-the-line processor, the Snapdragon 855, which includes support for Wi-Fi 6. That chip isn’t being widely used yet, but it should end up in many of this year’s flagship Android phones, bringing some of the first Wi-Fi 6 devices to the market.

Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 at the end of the month. We’re expecting three models at launch: a standard S10, a larger S10 Plus, and a lower-cost S10E. A 5G version is also expected later on.

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