HTC and Sprint's latest 5G product is a hub-tablet hybrid

HTC has created an interesting 5G mobile smart hub that combines a 5G hotspot, an Android hub, and a battery pack into a single device. HTCís 5G Hub is primarily a 5G hotspot that will let up to 20 users connect to its 5G connectivity, and it has a battery inside so you can use this anywhere. 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. As itís running Android 9.0 Pie youíll 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. That makes it ideal for if youíre travelling and want to... Continue reading…

HTC and Sprint's latest 5G product is a hub-tablet hybrid

HTC might not be making very many phones anymore, but that doesn't mean it can't trot out 5G mobile devices here at MWC 2019. Following up on its 5G hotspot from a continuing ...

Mon 25 Feb 19 from Engadget

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