New device can provide speeds of 150Mbps to eleven Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously
Huawei has unveiled what it claims to be the world’s smallest 4G hotspot device – the E5372.
The device, which measures 99mm x 62.2mm x 14.4mm, can simultaneously provide a data connection to up to 11 Wi-Fi enabled devices.
Huawei said the hotspot has a battery life of around six hours, supports Wi-Fi 2×2, operates at a 5GHz frequency and can provide speeds of up to 150Mbps.
Huawei president of mobile broadband product line Wu Shimin said: “The E5372 is further evidence of Huawei’s continued commitment to the research and development of LTE technology and its global commercialisation.”
Huawei told Mobile News details on UK pricing and availability will be announced shortly.