HTC Exodus 5G Hub with SD855 released – the world’s most secure router?


HTC today launched the HTC Exodus 5G Hub, which the company believes is the most secure router in the world. According to HTC, this device provides an “ultra-secure” 5G connectivity for any Internet-enabled device. This router is the successor of the 2018 HTC 5G Hub. The HTC Exodus 5G Hub comes with a Snapdragon 855 chip and an X50 5G modem. At present, the Exodus 5G Hub plan is divided into 2.5 GHz (Sprint, USA) and 3.5 GHz (Australia). Due to the use of older modems, the Exodus 5G Hub supports downloads up to 2.63 Gbps and upload speeds of 287 Mbps. In addition, it can also connect to up to 20 different devices via Wi-Fi 5 or 60 GHz 802.11 ad. However, what’s interesting about the 5G Hub is that it can use its own cellular bandwidth to run Android applications on a 5-inch, 1280 x 720P screen.

HTC Exoduc 5G Hub

HTC Exodus 5G Hub will hit the shelf in Q2 2020

Exodus 5G has a large number of privacy-related functions. The main function allows users to have their own keys through Zion software. This means that any data transmission must be authenticated by the user to protect personal data from prying eyes. In addition to supporting faster Internet connections, HTC Exodus 5G Hub also supports many popular privacy applications. It supports the likes of ProtonMail, Brave Internet browser, VPN, and ad blocking service Incognito.

HTC Exoduc 5G Hub

This device also allows users to run a full Bitcoin node and an all-in-one private vault to track your cryptocurrency. Users can also track market performance through the display of the hub.

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Earlier, HTC launched the Exodus encrypted smartphone series, which made its debut at the Mobile World Congress 2019. It released the follow-up model Exodus 1S in November 2019. This 5G Hub will go on sale in the second quarter of 2020. However, as of now, there is no information on the price of this device.

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