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15/08/2020

Oppo will bring a smartphone made of Li-Fi technology, users will be able to access the Internet 100 times faster than Wi-Fi

New technology / Oppo will bring a smartphone made of Li-Fi technology, users will be able to access the Internet 100 times faster than Wi-Fi


  • Smartphone companies are constantly innovating for high speed internet
  • Li-Fi is a special technology in which data transfer is done with the help of LEDs



Delhi. All you need to do is install an app on your phone, check your mail, search on Google and all this requires internet. Smartphones can only be used smartly when they have internet access. That is why the use of high speed internet has now become a necessity. Not only that, smartphone companies are also constantly innovating for high speed internet. With this in mind, Chinese brand Oppo can now offer light fidelity (Li-Fi) technology in its future smartphones.

The patent for the phone was ready

There are reports that the company is going to launch its own phone with Li-Fi technology. Oppo has recently developed a patent for the phone, which supports light centric connectivity. However, this technology came many years ago. But no one worked on it. Now Oppo wants to use it.

What is Li-Fi technology?

Li-Fi is a special technology in which data transfer is done with the help of LEDs. What is special is that Li-Fi technology works even when the light source is very low and the light is so low that it cannot be seen by the human eye. Which is why it's considered more secure than Wi-Fi. Unlike a Wi-Fi modem, this one is mounted on the outside.

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The Ministry of IT tested Li-Fi in 2018

Li-Fi was tested in India in 2018 by the Ministry of Electronics and IT. The technology uses LED bulbs and light spectrum to deliver internet at a speed of 10GB per second in a radius of 1 km per hour. The idea was to connect difficult areas of the country that fiber technology could not reach. However, there is electricity in these areas.

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