Over the past couple of days, we have gotten new information about the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10. We know that the device will use the Snapdragon 865 SoC. It will feature a powerful 108MP camera. In fact, Xiaomi recently shared new camera samples flaunting the device’s zooming prowess. In addition to these, the Xiaomi Mi 10 will come with LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.0.
Xiaomi has now officially announced that the Mi 10 will support Wi-Fi 6. This is the latest Wi-Fi standard in the 5G era. Asides from boosting network speed, Wi-Fi 6 also optimizes the performance experience of a large number of devices at the same time.
Upon the release of the official Wi-Fi 6 standard back in September 2019, we learned some information about it. It is backward compatible with a/b/g/n/ac. It also supports from 1GHz to 6GHz. This includes the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands currently in use.
Theoretically, the maximum rate of Wi-Fi 6 is as high as 9.6Gbps, thanks to the introduction of MU-MIMO 1024QAM modulation, 8 * 8MIMO, and other technologies. The standard can intelligently arrange smartphones or IoT devices to sleep when they don’t need communication.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 will be unveiled on February 13. There are rumors that Xiaomi is working on a Wi-Fi 6 router that it may also unveil at the same event.