Redmi announced today that the K60 Pro will be upgraded to a new generation of Wi-Fi 7 standard, bringing users a higher speed, more stable connection and lower power consumption network experience.
Redmi officials said, K60 Pro upgrade to the latest version of the system to enjoy the new generation of Wi-Fi network experience!
In addition, Xiaomi 13 series and Xiaomi 10G routers have just announced that they will upgrade to Wi-Fi 7 standard. So it seems that the certification process for Wi-Fi 7 in China is already open, and it is expected that other manufacturers will follow suit with their models.
Similar to the Xiaomi 13 series, the Redmi K60 Pro also uses the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 flagship platform. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 integrates the latest X70 5G baseband and the new FastConnect 7800 connectivity system, which supports 5G dual SIM (up to 10Gbps downlink), Bluetooth 5.3, Bluetooth LE audio, 48kHz lossless audio, spatial audio and more.
FastConnect 7800 is the world’s first Wi-Fi 7-enabled wireless subsystem with high-frequency multi-connection concurrency technology that enables global Wi-Fi 7 peak speeds of up to 5.8Gbps and ultra-low latency performance of less than 2ms for smooth connectivity in streaming, gaming and other scenarios. At the same time, the FastConnect 7800 is 30%-50% more energy efficient than its predecessor, providing longer battery life and supporting a wider range of applications.
Xiaomi 10G router was released in December last year, with up to 10G wireless and wired transmission rates and support for tri-band concurrency, leaving enough room for next-generation needs such as VR gaming, 8K streaming, real-time HD conferencing, etc. It is called the “flagship beast”.