Oppo Find X2 and a Realme phone certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wi-Fi Alliance has certified the Oppo Find X2 (CPH2023) and an unknown Realme phone (RMX2061). The Alliance doesn’t give away much, but it does confirm that both phones will launch with Android 10.
The Find X2 supports the new Wi-Fi 6 standard, which enables faster local connectivity. A certificate from Thailand shows only 4G support, but the country will only start the auction fro 5G bands later this year. The Oppo Find X2 Pro (CPH2025) is yet to receive a Wi-Fi certificate.
As for the Realme device, that only goes up to Wi-Fi 5 (aka 802.11ac). We can’t read too much into that, however as even the Realme X2 Pro with a Snapdragon 855+ only goes up to Wi-Fi 5. This is not the Realme C3, however, that is RMX2020.
7th comment for health, long life, prosperity and welfare because 7 is the God's number! By the way be 100% sure that Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro will be even more epic than this phone ;-D
- 03 Feb 2020
6th Comment is not so informative. ;)
- 31 Jan 2020
5th comment to say that this is awesome for the Find X2, more device should include WIFI 6 and more importantly the WPA-3, the only sad thing is that since it come "too soon" it won't probably be compatible with the WI-FI 6E 6GHz band, but maybe they...
- 30 Jan 2020