Samsung released three flagship phones Galaxy S22/S22+/S22 Ultra. Although the Samsung Galaxy S22 series mobile phone, the iterative product of the Galaxy S23 series is yet to be released, there is already information about the Samsung Galaxy S24 series mobile phone which will be released in 2024.
According to the report, Wi-Fi 7 technology will be launched in 2024, and the current Wi-Fi 6e is only a transitional technology. The first device to support Wi-Fi 7 will be the Samsung Galaxy S24 series phone, which will have 300 MHz channels and use 4K Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) technology for maximum speed compared to Wi-Fi 6 with 2.4 with the same number of antennas. will support times more.
Previously, IC packaging and testing supply chain practitioners acknowledged that international WiFi SoC manufacturers are actively developing Wi-Fi 7 products, and it is expected that high-end ones supporting the Wi-Fi 7 standard End devices are expected. Level mobile phones can be exposed in the second half. 2024 at the earliest.
On April 13 this year, Broadcom released its first WiFi 7 SoC, model number BCM4916, which uses a quad-core ARMv8 processor that provides up to 24 DMIPS of performance, 1 MB L2 cache, and 64 kB L1 cache.
According to the previous report Intel teamed up with Broadcom to achieve “the world’s first cross-vendor Wi-Fi 7 demonstration”. The speed of this Wi-Fi 7 cross-vendor demonstration exceeded 5Gbps. Intel says Wi-Fi 7 can bring higher speeds, lower latency, higher reliability, and greater capacity,
including 320MHz channel bandwidth (double the speed) in unlicensed 6GHz spectrum, 4K QAM quadrature amplitude modulation (up to 20% faster), multi-link operation MLO (increased throughput, link robustness, roaming, interference mitigation, and reduced latency), as well as improved through the multi-resource unit (MRU) and puncturing channel utilization.
At present, the Wi-Fi 7 standard has not been finalized, and its product solution is only a semi-finished product solution based on the functions defined in the IEEE P802.11be draft revision. Intel is said to be planning to launch Wi-Fi 7-certified products as per the Wi-Fi Alliance certification schedule (2023-2024 time frame).