Former Huawei-owned Honor is delicately chosen its path in the tech industry as it has been introducing new products in the tech market. On January 4, Honor officially announced the successor generation of Honor Router 3, named Honor Router 4.
It will be released soon in the market; the unreleased device embraces Qualcomm CPU+NPU solution; equipped with an exclusive NPU network processing chip, high-speed transmission, and multi-user access scenarios are more stable. Qualcomm CPU +NPU solution has found with a few vital primitive bugs, which forced the firm to release a bug fixing update that also made the company believe they were putting some technology under its name.
If we travel to the year 2020, when unimaginable things started to take place, Honor’s CEO Zhao Ming also announced that Honor would continue to bring more high-quality products to consumers. In the upcoming days, Honor will launch laptops, tablets, routers, intelligent screens, Headphones, and other IoT full-scenario products.
Honor Glory has released routing devices such as Glory Router 3 Pro 2021 and Glory Router 3 SE. Suppose we look into the preceding generation of the Honor Router 4, the Honor Router 3 Pro 2021 version launched in April 2021. It is wrapped up with an RTL8198D dual-core MIPS 900MHz processor, supports HiLink one-key pairing, and has four external high-performance antennas.
The starting price is 139 yuan (Rs.1,629). The previous generation of Honor Router 3, launched in May 2020, adopts the self-developed Lingxiao 650 chip; it is also Honor’s first Wi-Fi 6+ router. The initial price is 219 yuan (Rs.2,567). Honor Router 3 SE launched in August 2021. It is equipped with four antennas, supports Wi-Fi 6 standard, and supports a 1500Mbps wireless rate. The starting price is 199 yuan (Rs.2,325)