KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — The Galaxy Note10 has been named by Wi-Fi Alliance as the first smartphone to be certified for a new standard in connected technology, Wi-Fi 6.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is a statement said the Galaxy Note10 was one of its flagship devices and the first smartphone classified Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 TM.
‘Along with the Galaxy S10 we’re thrilled to bring Wi-Fi 6 to our loyal customers,” said Inkang Song, Vice President of Technology Strategy Group, IT & Mobile Communications Division.
Wi-Fi Alliance has led the development of industry agreed standards for devices for many years and with the launch of Wi-Fi 6 this year, a new certification was also initiated to ensure the highest possible standards are continuously met.
Wi-Fi 6 technology is building on the performance of previous Wi-Fi generations and is the latest technology to be launched from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).
Samsung mobile devices with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 TM will bring about a more reliable performance even in challenging environments.
As a result of the close collaboration with Wi-Fi Alliance, the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy S10 now offer Wi-Fi 6 connectivity.
It gives users faster and seamless Wi-Fi connection in crowded areas, and powers high-quality video calls, as well as high-definition streaming without slowing down.