Huawei has unveiled a new 3G DC-HSPA+ pocket router, which also works as power bank. It is listed in the company official website of UK and will go on sell in the country through Amazon with unknown prices. Till now it is not on sell, however its sub-model Huawei E5370 is already on sell with a price $148 through 4gltemall.
Huawei E5730 mobile pocket WiFi router comes with an Ethernet port, which can connect Ethernet cable to support multiple WiFi-enabled terminals to access internet. It also comes with a SIM card slot to change 3G data to WiFi signal up to 150Mbps.
Huawei also says, the E5370 is equipped with pre-installed global and local network APNs. Means, there is no need to configure the APN profile if you change the carrier. It comes with a big 5200mAh battery, that enables it as a power bank. It can work for 16 hours and standby time is around 500 hours.
In its WiFi mode, the Huawei E5370 can connect up to 10 Wi-Fi-enabled devices. It maximum download speed is up to 42Mbps. The device features DC-HSPA+/HSPA+/HSPA/UMTS: 2100/900MHz bands and supports WiFi IEEE 802.11b/g/n.
The E5370 boasts a micro USB interface, atandard USB interface, RJ45 ethernet port, standard 6 PIN SIM card, built-in UMTS/GSM/WLAN antenna, power & reset button. It has another features as DHCP, Cone NET, Symmetric NAT, APN, LAN IP filter and DMZ.
The router measures 99 × 66.3 × 22.5 mm and weight is 170 gms. Its another variant Huawei E5730s-2 is available in Hongkong with a price HKD 750 (Roughly 96.67 US Dollar), through price.com.hk.
Unlocking of this device is not tested till now, as we have not any devices locked to a particular carrier.