Vivo announces a dual Wi-Fi on Weibo that's its new black technology. Vivo released a demonstration video of 1:30 minutes showing how to connect the iQOO dual Wi-Fi acceleration.
A black technology broke out - "double Wi-Fi acceleration." Users can connect to another Wi-Fi on the basis of connecting to the main Wi-Fi, and the two Wi-Fi work at the same time, making the game run more stable, downloading faster, and the webpage loading is smoother. Go to connect your home's dual-band Wi-Fi (5G/2.4G), it's so cool! What do you think of this feature? - Weibo
What this dual Wi-Fi acceleration or Vivo black technology means is that the device can connect two Wi-Fi at the same time. The user can connect to another Wi-Fi based on the connection of the main Wi-Fi. This dual connectivity would automatically help the gamers as with the help of this the games run more stable, and the pages load smoothly. It also boosts up the downloading speed. Vivo iQOO dual Wi-Fi acceleration will be able to connect 5G and 2.4G Wi-Fi simultaneously.
After connecting to the main Wi-Fi, an option of intelligent multi-network acceleration pops up. In order to connect to other Wi-Fi, users need to click on the option. According to the demonstration, the dual Wi-Fi works better than the average normal Wi-Fi function phone in terms of download speed, running games, and loading webpages.
The dual Wi-Fi apparently supports 802.11a/b/g/n technology which is a fifth-generation Wi-Fi transmission technology. Vivo iQOO dual Wi-Fi has without a doubt a higher transmission rate and is more power-efficient. For those who do have two Wi-Fi connections at home, they need to make sure that while going from one room to another, the Wi-Fi is still connected while playing any games on their phones. The demonstration of the dual Wi-Fi has been done on the iQOO phone.