? Which is faster, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi?

In general, Wi-Fi is faster than Bluetooth. This is because Wi-Fi is generally designed to provide greater bandwidth and faster data transfer rates to support a variety of applications, including high-definition video streaming, large file downloads, and more. Here are some general guidelines for comparing Bluetooth and Wi-Fi speeds:      Wi-Fi speed: Wi-Fi standards often come in multiple versions, such as 802.11n, 802.11ac, and 802.11ax. These standards support higher transfer rates, providing speeds from a few hundred megabits per second (Mbps) to several gigabits per second, depending on the Wi-Fi standard and device.      Bluetooth speed: Bluetooth speed is usually low and mainly depends on the Bluetooth standard used. Bluetooth Classic typically has lower transmission rates, up to tens of megabits per second. Although Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is slower, it is more suitable for low-power devices. It should be noted that the speed of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth also depends on factors such as the actual device used, network environment, distance and interference. Therefore, in specific applications, speed requirements and environmental factors are considerations in choosing whether to use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.