The Chinese tech giant Huawei will soon launch its new Wi-Fi router with the name of the Huawei AX2 Pro. According to the Chinese microblogging website Weibo leaks, the AX2 Pro router will support the latest Wi-Fi 6 Plus standards.
As per the report of the known tipster @看山的叔叔, the upcoming Huawei router will be expected to support 2000Mbps wireless data transmission, although, the router will apparently not feature 160Hz bandwidth.
The Huawei AX2 Pro design is much similar to the AX3 Pro which was launched in the Chinese market last year and the company will launch this router with two color options namely White and Black.
The AX3 series which is produced by Huawei will also compatible with one-touch to connect to the internet feature that will also work on the Android smartphone. The company will be going with the NFC.
After using this function, you can easily connect your device to the internet. The router will simply work by taping the device as well as the router to connect to the internet. Also, leakers have suggested that the company will reduce the price of the latest Wi-Fi router AX3 series.
Moreover, we have not found any information about Huawei’s upcoming router and keep in your mind the news was not very clear so you can take this report a pinch of salt for now.
According to the image, it will likely feature a quad-core chip similar to its predecessor along with the latest WiFi 6 Plus standard. Stay tuned with us we will soon provide a piece of more information about this matter.