Honor Router 3

On May 18, Honor will hold a new smart life product launch conference. At this event, the company will announce new smart screen, MagicBook, tablet, router, and other products. Today, the official blog released the preview poster of Honor’s first Wi-Fi 6+ router, the Honor Router 3.

As can be seen from the poster, the Honor Router 3 uses a simple pure white design. It comes with four external antennas that are known as ‘strong against the wall’.

With the widespread application of 5G, Wi-Fi technology also entered the Wi-Fi 6 stage last year. If 2019 is the first year of Wi-Fi 6 commercial use, then 2020 is undoubtedly the year that Wi-Fi 6 began to gradually spread to consumers. In early 2020 alone, there are many routers and terminals that support Wi-Fi 6.

WiFi 6 Advantages

The new generation of Wi-Fi 6 standard has 5G homology technology OFDMA. The latter has four major upgrades compared to the previous generation Wi-Fi 5 technology:

  1. High bandwidth, nearly 3 times faster;
  2. High concurrency, multiple devices connected concurrently to achieve 4 times capacity increase;
  3. Low latency, multi-device concurrency reduces queuing, interference coloring is actively avoided, effectively reducing 2/3 latency;
  4. Low power consumption, terminal devices wake up on demand, power consumption is reduced by 30%.

Also Read: Huawei WIFI 6+ AX3 & AX3 Pro Routers will go official from April 27 for Yuan 229 and Yuan 329

It can be seen from the countdown poster that Honor will launch the first Wi-Fi 6+ router, the Honor Router 3, at the Smart Life New Product Launch in four days. It is worth mentioning that, with its unique self-developed chip advantages, Honor added a chip collaboration technology on top of the Wi-Fi 6 standard protocol. And through the combination of hardware and software, it significantly reduces stuck, delay, and drop.

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