Samsung announced today that the 2021 Neo QLED 8K TVs – QN900A and QN800A – have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance for the first time in the world, confirming compliance with the latest Wi-Fi 6E standard. It allows not only to speed up data transfer by 4 times compared to the previous version, but also to increase its reliability and stability – even if several devices are connected to the access point at once. Among those who will especially appreciate this fact are lovers of high-definition programs from streaming platforms and video applications.
Wi-Fi 6E technology provides a combination of multiple frequencies: 6 GHz, 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz. This means that Neo QLED 8K TVs can handle large data streams quickly and easily, provide low input latency, and maintain a stable and secure connection. Harnessing the new technology paves the way for widespread use in future Samsung TVs, increasing their value to consumers.
Indeed, in today’s world of home networks and mobile devices, the transfer of large data streams is becoming increasingly important. The new Neo QLED 8K TVs with Wi-Fi 6E support give users the ability to comfortably receive broadcasts in 8K and 4K high resolution over the Internet, admire the stunning graphics of the latest video games or immerse themselves in virtual reality.