The official name for the new WLAN standard is called “802.11ax”.
Since the normal user through the whole cryptic terms and number combinations no longer exceeds the new wireless standard is colloquially referred to as Wi-Fi 6. Already on the technical specifications can be seen the restrictions that were still in Wi-Fi 5 (WLAN ac) were finally a thing of the past. Wi-Fi 6 now works again on both WLAN frequency bands with 2.4GHz and 5GHz.
The whole thing is even prepared for other frequency ranges, so that in the future also in the 6GHz range can be worked.
The maximum speed of Wi-Fi 6 is (theoretically) 9.6 Gigabit (equivalent to 1200 Mbit). That would be just 1.2 gigabytes per second in the download. The previous Wi-Fi standard Wi-Fi 5 creates with a maximum of 3.5 gigabit just a third of it.