Technology is constantly evolving, and it seems to follow the saying “one is little, two is good,” despite ignoring “three is too much,” especially in the case of cameras. And today, to prove the thesis, BBK Electronics, a Chinese company that houses several brands, showed a novelty in terms of connectivity.
Oppo and Vivo today introduced Dual Vi-Fi, which allows the phone to simultaneously connect to their wireless networks for greater bandwidth and stability in case one of them fails.
In a video posted on the Chinese social network Weibo, 40 seconds, the manufacturer showed the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom connected to a 2.4 GHz network and a secondary 5 GHz, which boosted the download speed by 322%, while the page load speed increased 44.5% compared to regular Wi-Fi connectivity.
Life got even more impressive results. The demonstration, on two IQOO phones, showed the Dual Wi-Fi service selecting the fastest network and automatically using it to make faster downloads of applications and lower latency for playing games.
Page loading is also fast and just like on the Oppo smartphone, it used a 2.4 GHz network and a 5 GHz network.