By: Ahmed Yasser
CAIRO, Feb.5. (SEE) –”Galaxy S10” will be among the first phones to support Wi-Fi 6, which essentially means the phones will support faster speeds over Wi-Fi. This to realistically work the phones must be connected to Wi-Fi 6 routers which is currently very hard to find that Wi-Fi 6 support does make the ”Galaxy S10” phones future-ready as routers are expected to come with the new standard offering better connectivity and power efficiency.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 at the end of the month. The experts expecting three models at launch: a standard S10, a larger S10 Plus and a lower-cost S10E as well as 5G version is also expected later on.
The ”Samsung Galaxy S10”, S10e and S10+ stopped by the FCC this week just days ahead of the Unpacked event on February 20. US certification agency has listed that all three models will come with reverse wireless charging with a max power of 9W.
This means the phones will be able to charge other compatible devices with a higher output compared to the ”Huawei Mate 20 Pro”, what’s more the Galaxy S10 trio will also come with the new Wi-Fi 6 standard.
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 and bringing some of the first Wi-Fi 6 devices to the market.