HUAWEI CAT4 E5776 LTE
MOBILE HOTSPOT REVIEW
As a next generation 4G LTE mobile device,
Huawei 4G Wi-Fi E5776 becomes more and
more popular with many countries after its
launching. Most internet provider companies
have launched this 150Mbps WiFi router. Is
this router really powerful than other 4G LTE
mobile hotspot? Check out the full review
for the E5776 after the jump.
The E5776's design is straightforward, which we
assume would appeal to most users. It is a one
button operation and has a small display (1.45") that
shows the status of the connection, battery level,
and how much data is used since the last time you
turned on the mini router.
There's a slot for a full-size SIM card, Micro-SD and a
port for an external antenna at the top and bottom
portion of the E5776. There is also a Wi-Fi Protected
Setup (WPS) button on the bottom corner, as well as
Micro-USB port for charging and USB Tethering.
SPEED AND FREQUENCY
The mini router supports the speeds 150 Mbps
down and 50 Mbps up, and can handle up to ten
Wi-Fi enabled devices simultaneously. The
supported 4G (LTE) bands (we test Huawei E5776s-
32) are LTE800, LTE900, LTE1800, LTE2100 and LTE
2600, and the device is backward compatible with
DC-HSPA +, UMTS, GSM frequencies (850, 900,
1800 and 1900 MHz). The inbuilt Wi-Fi is MIMO 2×2
for better indoor coverage.
• Huawei E5776 router has a fixed battery of
3000mAh which enables users to run it for 6-7
hours. There are apps for iOS and Android where
you can see consumption, battery life, manage
data on micro SD card and change the settings.
• It takes around 6-7 hours to make it full charge.
However, Huawei made the battery pack
irremovable, if the battery gets drained you have
to charge again which would be inconvenience at
• Dimensions: Height 106.4 mm x Width 66 mm x Depth
• Weight (grams) < 150 g (including the battery)
• Fixed USB port
• Memory: 128MB Internal memory, Micr