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Samsung Galaxy S10 will be one of the first Wi-Fi 6 phones
The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be one of the first smartphones to support the fastest Wi-Fi 6 Wi-Fi speeds.
Regulatory files from Samsung, monitored by Droid Life, show that three models for the next phone will include support for the new Wi-Fi standard.
These speed gains will not do much immediately, though.
Almost no one has a Wi-Fi 6 router, and you'll need one device to take advantage of Wi-Fi 6 improvements.
Wi-Fi 6 also does not make huge gains in speed for individual devices.
It should improve performance at home or on Wi-Fi networks where a large number of devices (for example, home with a set of installed gadgets) are connected, and Wi-Fi 6 devices will need to see the benefits as well.
Still, it's a worthy feature.
It makes your phone more stable in the future.
If you buy a new router in the next two years, it's likely to support Wi-Fi 6 for your home.
There are not a lot of Wi-Fi 6 devices yet, but the Galaxy S10 indicates it may be about to change.
The phone is likely to come with the new Qualcomm processor, Snapdragon 855, which includes support for Wi-Fi 6.
This chip is not widely used yet, but it should end up in many major programs this year.
Android phones, bringing some of the first 6 Wi-Fi devices to the market.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S10 at the end of the month. We expect the launch of three models: Standard S10, S10 Plus larger, and S10E low cost.
5G version is also expected later.