News hardware Smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S24 would be the first in history to benefit from this technical advance
Samsung has always been at the forefront of innovation. Let’s take the most spectacular example: the Korean manufacturer is the one that has pushed the market for folding smartphones the most. If many competitors are getting into it today, it’s because Samsung has cleared the way. A new report shows that Samsung could be innovative again on the wireless connection.
Before talking about the Samsung Galaxy S24, we must already talk about the Samsung Galaxy S23!
The officialization of the Galaxy S23 range has not even arrived yet that we already have information for Samsung smartphones from 2024!
Before getting to the heart of the matter, let’s do a little recap of the information on Samsung’s next flagship.
Surprisingly, most of the rumors around the Galaxy S23 range revolve around the Ultra model : the other references expected next year from the South Korean manufacturer seem, for the time being, a little more protected by information leaks. We can obviously expect updates in terms of components, especially on the SoC side which could be a Qualcomm model, and no longer an Exynosfor the entire range.
As for the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, it is currently rumored that it could be has a 200 megapixel photo sensor and a larger fingerprint reader installed under its screen. Aesthetically speaking, the 5G terminal should not evolve except for the side of the curvature of its screen.
Between now and Samsung’s expected announcement, which should take place around February 2023, many rumors could still reach us: enough to help us paint a more precise picture of what Samsung has in store for us. next year.
The biggest change of the S23 Ultra is the increase in the width of the middle frame, which means that the curved part of the glass will be reduced. pic.twitter.com/Gahw0MzL1D
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With the Galaxy S24 smartphones, Samsung is arming itself for the future
2024 will most likely be a breakthrough year in the smartphone market. For some time now, innovations have followed one another and hitherto fledgling technologies are beginning to convince the general public.
In 2 years, folding smartphones will surely be cheaper and their hinge should be much less visible. Within 2 years, even Apple will be forced to switch to USB-C. Within 2 years, we will see more cameras under the screens, more 200 Mpx photo sensors. If no major crisis comes to hit the world, the near future looks quite exciting for tech fans.
DigiTimes is a Taiwanese newspaper created in 1998. Every day, the media analyzes the cutting-edge markets of the Asian tech world. In the industry, the reputation of our colleagues is quite solid.
In a very recent report, DigiTimes evokes a technology of the future: the WiFi 7 standard, which will greatly boost internet connections. Let’s do a little technical point.
WiFi 7: the explanation of this future technical advance
We waited about 8 years between WiFi 5, now available in most homes, and WiFi 6, which is just beginning to become popular (and still, the word is strong).
Why go straight to WiFi 7? The arguments are much the same as they were in the days of the 5G debates : medicine, telecommuting, VR, cloud gaming, autonomous cars, the arrival of 8K and entry into the Metaverse.
Unsurprisingly, WiFi 7 will use all the spectrums of current WiFi, namely the 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and finally the 6 GHz bands that have recently been used with WiFi 6E. Theoretically, according to the specifications unveiled by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the body that manages Wi-Fi standards for the entire planet, eventually, WiFi 7 will be able to reach speeds of up to 46 Gbit/ s. But initially, Qualcomm and MediaTek are announcing realistic and achievable speeds of around 30 to 33 Gbit/s.
In addition to speeds 2.5 to 5 times higher than current Wi-Fi 6, the strength of WiFi 7 will be to offer twice the bandwidth of what we know today, passing over channels from 160 MHz to 320 MHz while being able to handle up to 4 bands of 80 MHz each.
It’s been known for some time now that manufacturers like Qualcomm and Mediatek are working on WiFi 7 compatible chips. Everything seems to fit and it really wouldn’t be surprising if DigiTimes was not mistaken in announcing a Samsung Galaxy S24 ahead of all the competition.