ZTE has launched the MF90, the company’s new 4G uFi (unified WiFi) mobile hotspot device, delivering high-speed data access for consumers on-the-go via LTE wireless networks.
The MF90 supports simultaneous wireless data access for up to 10 users, and offers maximum data transmission speeds of 100Mbps. The mobile hotspot device is supported globally, including Europe and Asia Pacific, on mainstream 4G frequency bands, and is also compatible with 3G and 2G networks. The MF90 supports dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi networks, WiFi 2X2 MIMO, and 802.11 b/g/n.
Compared with first-generation LTE uFi devices, the MF90 offers improved power consumption capabilities, and its’ 2300mAh battery supports four hours of continuous use, meeting the needs of business users and consumers.
Designed for simplicity and ease-of-use, the MF90 provides users with one-touch network connectivity. Consumers can check the operating status of the MF90 using their smartphones through the ZTE WiFi monitor user interface.
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