Today, Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, released its latest Huawei 4G Router 2 Pro for 499 yuan ($72). The company also launched the Huawei 5G CPE Pro for 2499 yuan ($363).
Huawei 4G Router 2 Pro
With this device, you don’t need a cable, you only need a 4G flow card to get Wi-Fi and network access. This router comes with Huawei Balong dual-core 1.3GHz processor. It supports 4G full Netcom, and the 4G download speed is up to 150Mbps. The Huawei 4G router 2 Pro has two built-in 4G high-gain antennas. It also supports another two 4G external antennas to further enhance the 4G signal receiving strength.
It uses a dual gigabit design with 4 full Gigabit Ethernet ports and dual-band 1167Mbps Wi-F. It is suitable for over 100M optical broadband access while its Wi-Fi performance is 4x higher than the previous generation.
Huawei 4G Router Pro supports dual-bandwidth Turbo, which can achieve 4G+ cable broadband dual acceleration. With this, the actual experience speed of mainstream video websites increases by 30%. It also supports Huawei mobile phone acceleration, claiming a delay of more than 50%.
Huawei 5G CPE Pro
At the same time, China’s first 5G full Netcom router, Huawei 5G CPE Pro also launched simultaneously with a 2,499 yuan ($363) price tag. It is equipped with the first self-developed 5G chip Balong 5000, which adopts 7nm multi-mode standard and has a 5G peak download rate of up to 2.3Gbps. In the future, users can also insert a 5G SIM card to get the extreme experience brought by 5G.