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The HTC 5G Hub is much easier to configure and use than traditional Wi-Fi hotspots. EE Marketing Director Edward Goff said at the press conference:
Our 5G network can provide customers with faster and more reliable mobile Wi-Fi connectivity, whether it is online games on the move, download, or watch high-definition video streaming media to meet their needs.
Even in the busiest areas, the EE 5G maintains a fast connection. With the HTC 5G Hub, we can also get a mobile experience similar to a tablet/smartphone, while taking into account the portability of mobile broadband devices and the practicality of battery life.
With such a diverse range of products, we are the only UK operator to allow users to enjoy the fastest mobile network connections in more places.
It is not clear at this time whether EE will vigorously promote this batch of equipment. After all, most consumers expect home broadband to bring more affordable tariffs and unlimited data usage.
On the other hand, the new EE product includes an early cost of £100, plus a 50GB data usage of £50 per month (or £75 @100GB per month) and a contractual period of up to 2 years.
Fortunately, the HTC 5G Hub is a 5G hotspot device that supports portable use, even you can use it as an Android 9.0 tablet/smartphone (which means you can install native Android apps).
In terms of configuration, the HTC 5G Hub uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC, which integrates an X50 5G modem and supports a 5Gbps connection rate.
HTC 5G Hub also provides a USB 3.1 interface, supports DisplayPort output and QC3.0 fast charge, built-in 32GB ROM, and supports microSD expansion.
As an Android device, the HTC 5G Hub also supports the Google Assistant Assistant, making it easy for users to use at home.