Honor unveils its first Wi-Fi 6+ enabled router

Honor Router 3

During the Smart Life event, Honor brand introduced its first router – Honor Router 3 which comes with support for Wi-Fi 6+ standard.

The router looks almost like the Huawei AX3 Series WiFi 6 and has a dimensions of 242 X 151.9 mm, and it’s  weight is 379 g. The chipset is also identical to Huawei’s which comes with 2-core Lingxiao processor with a clock frequency of 1.2 GHz, 128 MB of RAM and 128 MB of flash memory. The power consumption is less than 12 w.

Honor Router 3 is equipped with four antennas with a 5 dB amplification. It is capable of operating simultaneously in 2.4 GHz (574 Mbps) and 5 GHz (2402 Mbps) modes with a top transmission speed of 3976 Mbps.

Honor Wifi Router

The router runs on Huawei RTOS operating system using the Huawei Smart Life app, available on both Android and iOS.

In addition, Honor Router 3 supports protocols 802.3, 802.3u and 802.3ab. It also has three modes of operation: penetrating through walls, standard and sleep mode.

As for security, the router supports WPA3, has a firewall and protection against DDoS attacks. Speed limit ingestion, bandwidth, parental control, game acceleration, VPN, Wi-Fi relay, MAC address filtering, and more are also available.

Honor Router 3 will go on sale in China on May 25 and is priced at $31.

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