It is revealed that Huawei P40/Pro mobile phones use self-developed Wi-Fi 6+ technology
According to the “Science and Technology Board Daily” report, Huawei P40/Pro series mobile phones will support Wi-Fi 6+ technology, which is self-developed by Huawei.
The report pointed out that Wi-Fi 6+ is Huawei’s self-developed technology and will be used in the new Huawei P40 series. In addition, IT House learned that at the Huawei terminal product and strategy online conference on the evening of February 24, Huawei will release new router products that support Wi-Fi 6+ technology.
The 802.11 series of standards released by IEEE can be divided into 6 generations so far. The latest 802.11ax is named Wi-Fi 6, and the maximum throughput can reach 9.6Gbps. In terms of speed, Wi-Fi 6 is 2.7 times faster than Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac, released in 2012) and 16 times faster than Wi-Fi 4 (the most commonly used 802.11n, released in 2009).
According to the trend, it is expected that all new flagship phones in 2020 will support the Wi-Fi 6 wireless standard and become a standard feature of flagship phones. At present, there is no more information about the details of Huawei’s self-developed Wi-Fi 6+ technology.
In addition, it was previously reported by IT House that on February 24, Huawei’s Mate Xs folding screen mobile phone will appear at the conference on February 24, and the new Huawei P40 series will be released in Europe around March.
According to reports, the Huawei P40 Pro will adopt a dual-hole full-screen design, equipped with a Kirin 990 chip, a front-facing 32-megapixel dual-camera, and a rear-matrix Leica five-camera module, including a 52-megapixel Sony custom IMX 700. CMOS, supports up to 16-in-1 pixel technology, adopts RYYB color array, has a 1/1.33-inch outsole, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a macro lens and a ToF lens, and will also be equipped with a periscope telephoto The lens supports 10x optical zoom.