ZTE MF823 world’s smallest 4G LTE datacard on market

ZTE, the Chinese mobile device and network equipment maker, has officially introduced a new small dongle, the ZTE MF823. New USB modem is touts as the world’s smallest 4G LTE Datacard (just 13mm thick). It supports IPv6 standard, UMTS-HSPA+, GPRS/GSM, and LTE-FDD mobile networks. The MF823 is actually a third of the size of ZTE’s first LTE datacard and also 30-percent less energy.

The ZTE MF823 4G LTE data card comes with improves radiating properties and lowest working temperature. Moreover, this 4G LTE datacard has optimized to ensure low delays and high bandwidth/high communication rates.

At UMTS-HSPA+ network, MF823’s offers download and upload speeds of 42Mbps and 5.76Mbps, respectively. According to source, the LTE-FDD connectivity will delivers 100Mbps for download and 50Mbps for upload.

For easily operated, the MF823‘s user interface can be accessed on the web. This device has already released in Kazakhstan and will be available in Asia as well as Europe soon.

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ZTE MF823 world’s smallest 4G LTE datacard on market
ZTE unveils the smallest 4G LTE datacard available

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