Huawei E3372 4G LTE Cat4 USB Stick
Those looking to get a date LTE stick will undoubtedly go for the Huawei e3372. The stick makes it highly convenient to access the Internet. Because the Huawei E3372 was debuted in 2014, this new LTE Stick has remained reviewed. In recent years, Huawei has introduced a few new LTE sticks every month, and I assumed that more intriguing versions with LTE Advanced Cat6 will follow suit. We do have the Huawei E5786 and E5186 LTE routers here.
Critical Features of HUAWEI 4G Dongle E3372
When we talk about the HUAWEI 4G Dongle E3372, we get to know that it has many features. Some of the features of this dongle include:
- Thin Always Wins
Slim, small, and user-friendly, the design features flowing curves crafted from matte materials for a natural, pleasant feel.
- High link. Higher convenience.
Expect nothing less than a superior user experience and increased convenience using support for HUAWEI HI Link’s web interface.
- Best Supporting Act
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is far more sophisticated than IPv4 and can provide a near-infinite number of IP addresses.
As I mentioned in my introduction, the Huawei E3372 LTE stick does not offer any unique features. However, when compared to earlier smartphones, the E3372 is a reasonably priced model. Huawei’s manufacturing costs are anticipated to be relatively low. The LTE stick also is available at a meager price.
For example, the Huawei E3276 had comparable technological specifications to the E3372, but the E3276 included a rotating USB connection, which was quite helpful. The E3372’s small design provides several advantages.
Although the Huawei E3372 is entirely constructed of plastic, it appears to be highly stable. The stick comes without any attachments. The trim package contains only a Quick-Start Guide & Safety Instructions.
LTE Cat4 Modem
The Huawei E3372’s modem supports LTE category four speeds of up to 150 Ambit/s downlink and 50 Mbit/s uplink. I acquired a download speed of roughly 140 Ambit/s during the test. The LTE network has latencies of less than 20 milliseconds. I was able to attain around 40 Mbit/s on the uplink. Naturally, the data rate will vary based on the application and reception conditions.
Naturally, the Huawei E3372 supports UMTS networks, including DC-HSPA+ with downlink speeds of up to 42.2 Mbit/s and uplink speeds of up to 5.76 Mbit/s when LTE is not available. Additionally, it supports the GSM and EDGE networks. The LTE modem can operate at frequencies of 800, 900, 1800, 2100, and 2600 megahertz (all FDD LTE), making it ideal for use across Europe. If used in America, it is only suggested on a conditional basis. It supports dual-band (900/2100MHz) in UMTS and quad-band in GSM.
To boost reception and data speeds, you may add an extra antenna to the Huawei E3372. Two CRC-9 connections are accessible behind two covers for mounting a MIMO antenna. The suggested antenna for Huawei E3372 is listed below.
Without a doubt, the Huawei E3372 is an excellent LTE Stick! Although it does not support the latest LTE Advanced Cat6 technology for breakneck data speeds, the stick cuts a respectable figure thanks to the LTE Cat4 modem. The reception and transmit performance are far better than usual. The latency is relatively low. Indeed, there is no LTE cat6 stick available at the moment.