Tag Archives: WiFi

O2 signs multi-million pound WiFi deal with City of London

O2 has signed a new multi-million pound deal which will see free WiFi delivered to business, residents and visitors in the City of London over the next 15 years. The operator has partnered up with the City of London corporate, claiming the investment is one of the largest into wireless infrastructure ever seen in the capital. Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S6 running Nougat receives WiFi certification

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge smartphones are all set to receive the Nougat update as a device with model number SM-G920V and Android version 7.0 has been certified by the WiFi Alliance (WFA). While the SM-G920 series is for the Galaxy S6, it’s reasonable to assume that a Nougat-powered edge variant will also receive the certification sooner ... Read More »

Motorola Moto Z Play running Nougat receives WiFi certification

Looks like Motorola’s Moto Z Play smartphone is all set to receive the Android Nougat update. Model XT1635-02, running Android version 7.0, has received Wi-Fi certification from the WiFi Alliance (WFA). While there is currently no information on exactly when the roll out will begin, given that the Nougat-powered model of the handset has started collecting the required certifications, we ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro’s international variant gets WiFi certified

While the Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (SM-C9000) has already been made official, it’s currently only available for purchase in China. For those waiting for Samsung to release the phone in other markets, here’s some good news: the launch may happen soon. That’s because the Samsung SM-C900F, which is most likely the international variant of the Galaxy C9 Pro, has received ... Read More »