Huawei has launched a new version of the highly popular AX3 Pro router. The router was first launched in March last year alongside the AX3 router in March last year and has been a hot-selling product. The new version utilizes a Qualcomm chipset instead of the Kirin chipset on last year’s model.

  The HUAWEI ax3 dual core Pro wireless router from last year featured a 1.4GHz Kirin W650 chip but this new version will be powered by a dual-core Qualcomm chip with a 1GHz clock frequency. Whereas last year’s version has the model number WS7200, this version comes with the model number WS7206.

  Apart from the new Qualcomm processor onboard, the new AX3 Pro still retains the design and specifications of the previous model. This includes a four-antenna design with an independent amplifying chip. The 2.4GHz chip has an amplifying parameter of 27dB, and the 5GHz band parameter is 23.5dB.

  In terms of the specs, the router supports 1024QAM modulation, 160MHz bandwidth, 2.5GHz rate 574Mbps, and 5GHz rate 2402Mbps. The product supports NFC function and features Huaweis HarmonyOS 2. A mobile phone equipped with HarmonyOS or Android OS can automatically connect to Wi-Fi without entering a password by touching the NFC area of ​​the router.

  The Huawei AX3 Pro router supports Huawei’s one-touch networking, mobile acceleration, online lesson acceleration, remote office acceleration, and child online protection.

  The new AX3 Pro router is presently on sale on Jingdong in China for 379 yuan (~$59).


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