It is getting quite alarming that majority of us find it difficult to pronounce Wi-Fi correctly. And with Infinix’s new entrant, “Infinix S2 X522” carrying the “Wefie” tag, the confusion only gets worse. 2017 demands that we should at least pronounce Wi-Fi the right way!
Let’s look at the differences between both terms, shall we?
What is Wi-Fi?
Because this blog is meant to explain “mobile stuff” in simple and common language, I won’t go over to harvest all the big-big grammar from Wiki down here.
Wi-Fi stands for Wireless Fidelity and it’s that thing that lets you access the internet by connecting you to a host (hotspot) through WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) technology. Wi-Fi allows for extra functions like fast file sharing (which is used by Xender, ShareIt, etc.) and more.
What is Wefie?
Wefie is a codename for groupie – which is the opposite of selfie. Wefies simply connote a self-taken photo that includes two, three or more people. If you are not the only one in your selfie, please do not call it a selfie anymore or you’d be offending the gods so bad. It’s a groupie or say… Wefie!
Wi-Fi vs Wefie – Correct Pronunciation
Wi-Fi is pronounced as “Why Phy” or “Wai Fai”.
Wefie, on the other hand, is pronounced as “We fee”.
Got it? Good! Go and sin no more.
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