Another puzzle piece of Samsung's upcoming series has dropped into place thanks to the FCC's certification database. All the S10 phones are expected to support the latest lower-power, faster and more-secure Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ax (or ).
We're getting closer to Samsung's big Galaxy S10 series announcement, slated for its pre-. So it's not surprising that we're learning more about the specs for its upcoming flagship phones, which will reportedly be called the Galaxy S10, S10 E and S10 Plus.
gets all the buzz as the next-generation high-bandwidth solution, but many of us still connect to Wi-Fi at home or in the office, so this is a potentially welcome development. But it means the firmware in existing access points will have to be updated to take advantage of the expanded spectrum -- if an update is even available.
Samsung declined to comment on the news.