HTC’s 5G Hub is a 5G hotspot is an entertainment device. This device combines a 5G hotspot, an Android hub, and a battery pack. On a work front, this HTC’s 5G Hub is mainly a 5G hotspot that will allow up to 20 users connect to its 5G connectivity. The most important key it has an inside battery for everywhere usage.

According to the HTC, this 5G Hub has diverse usage. The attractiveness of the hub concept is that, it is not made for any specific device.

HTC’s 5G Hub

HTC is really pushing this as more than just a hotspot, though. A its 5-inch (720 x 1280) Android-powered display also makes this a mobile smart hub, that looks more like a Google Home Hub or an Echo Show. The device runs Android 9.0 Pie user will be able to stream TV shows and movies from apps like Netflix. Or simply use the USB-C connector on the device to hook it up to a HDMI port on a TV.

HTC’s 5G Hub is a 5G hotspot doesn’t matter whatever device users have. These devices may be VR, tablet or notebook; this is the gateway that could be shared across devices.

More importantly, the inside battery makes it ideal for travelling and want to watch content anywhere, everywhere. Alongside it, there’s a microSD slot for user’s own content and Wi-Fi connectivity. Besides that, there’s even support for 802.11 AD Wi-Fi as well as Wi-Fi 6 once it’s ready. HTC has also equipped its smart hub with an Ethernet port for businesses that want to provide connectivity to other devices.

Now coming to the technical specifications, HTC’s 5G Hub is a 5G hotspot has Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor. And this 5G Hub device has 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of built-in storage. This is all combined with what Sprint calls a Snapdragon “X50v2” 5G modem. That includes support for the sub-6GHz spectrum of 5G connectivity.