Huawei keeps developing new and wondrous technologies. The Chinese company has developed Wi-Fi 6+, which is a new version of Wi-Fi 6 that is more powerful than existing standards.
Huawei will introduce the new routers and Wi-Fi 6+ compatible flagship smartphones soon.
New compatible devices
The company’s newly developed Wi-Fi 6+ is an improved version of the current Wi-Fi 6. It is about 2.7 times greater than Wi-Fi 5(802.11ac) and 16 times higher than the Wi-Fi 4(802.11n) standard.
That would result in maximum speeds of a maximum of 9.6 Gbps, which is more than we’ve ever seen before.
Huawei developed some Wi-Fi 6+ compatible devices, including an in-house router named 5G CPE PRO2. It has multiple variants based on internal hardware. It will be launched on February 24th, 2020, at Huawei Terminal product and Strategy Online Conference.
It is believed that Huawei’s latest offering, the P40 series, will support the company’s newest Wi-Fi technology, too.
Rumored specifications for the router
The router will be launching in four variants:
The first one can support up to 200MHz bandwidth with download speeds of 3.6 Gbps.
The second one is Huawei’s first 5G uplink art.
The third one will be the company’s first Wi-Fi 6 product. It embeds Huawei’s Peak Wi-Fi 6+ chip.
The final one will pack a narrow bandwidth dynamic feature which will enhance network coverage by about 30%. It also supports the Game Turbo Dual Channel acceleration for mobile gaming.
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