Today (July 29), Huawei has launched two new models at an event held in China called Huawei 4G Router 2 Pro and Huawei 5G CPE Pro, accompanied by the corresponding price respectively. 499 yuan (about $72 ) and 2499 yuan (equivalent to $363).
The first is the Huawei 4G Router 2 Pro. With this device, users can access the internet without any network cables. All you need to prepare is a 4G SIM card, then attach it to the router to broadcast Wi-Fi and connect to the internet.
4G Router 2 Pro is equipped with a Balong chip manufactured by Huawei, with two cores with 1.3GHz clock. It supports 4G Full Netcom and has 4G download speeds of up to 150Mbps. The product is equipped with two 4G receiver antennas with high amplification while allowing users to install external antennas to enhance 4G reception capability.
Huawei’s new 4G router uses a dual gigabit design with 4 Full Gigabit ports and 1167Mbps dual-frequency Wi-Fi. Basically, the device can export internet signals via LAN port with a bandwidth of over 100M, while Wi-Fi performance is 4 times higher than the previous generation. In addition, the speed of opening online video playback sites is also improved by 30%, reducing latency for mobile devices by more than 50%.
For Huawei 5G CPE Pro, this router is equipped with 5G Balong 5000 chip, using 7nm multimode standard and has a maximum download speed of 5G up to 2.3Gbps. Of course, users can also insert the SIM into the device to play Wi-Fi and connect to the internet. The product is priced at 2499 yuan (about $363) and is also the first router to support 5G Full Netcom in China.
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