Huawei's Wi-Fi 6+ products are expected to debut for the first time today. It is reported that this will be a 5G CPE Pro 2 terminal, an upgraded version of the first dual mode 5G commercial terminal 5G CPE Pro last year.
According to Weibo user @刘看山叔叔, Huawei will also release two other Wi-Fi 6+ routers, the models are AX3 and AX3 Pro, both support 160MHz high bandwidth, the theoretical maximum bandwidth is 3Gbps, the actual download speed is also More than 1Gbps.
The user said that the Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ router will be equipped with Harmony OS, which is said to be more secure and stable after a 2-year aging test model.
Since Huawei was sanctioned, Harmony OS has attracted much attention, but it is currently only used in Huawei and Honor's smart screens. Where the next step extends to is highly anticipated, it seems that this step will start with routers.
Huawei executives have previously stated that in 2020, they will build an ecosystem around self-developed chips, HMS service frameworks, and Harmony OSOS. Ren Zhengfei also revealed that Harmony OS will be used in mobile phones and tablets in the future.