At the CES 2013, we found Huawei released a new 3G USB stick, the model number is Huawei E3331. The appearance of E3331 looks like E369, but there must be something different from the two models.
Huawei says Huawei UltraStick E3331 is the world’s smallest USB data card, which is very light and thin. It’s said that E3331 is the best partner for Apple Mac Ultra book. Perhaps Huawei is following the trend for mobile devices, such as mobile phones, tablets and electronics, to make them thinner and lighter. But we remembered that Huawei also said Huawei E369 is the world’s slimmest data card, and then what’s the difference between the two brother models?
The Huawei E3331 and E369 both support HSPA+ download peak speed up to 21.6Mbps. They both support 3G UMTS/WCDMA network 900/2100 MHz, Huawei E369 seems more powerful because it could work on five UMTS/WCDMA 850/900/AWS/1900/2100MHz, which means Huawei E369 could work on more 3G networks, especially with the 3G operators in Japan and USA.
They both don’t support the Micro SD memory card, which should be limited by the slim body space. However, Huawei E3331 incorporates HiLink technology, which helps Huawei E3331 get connected to network in 15 seconds. And the advantage of HiLink is that no driver is needed to install and user can manage the modem via Web UI. With HiLink, Huawei E3331 would auto real the SIM card, auto setup the parameters and auto connect. So this should be the key feature that different from E369.
What’s more, Huawei E3331 also supports IPV 6. As we know, here now, there is only few models that could support IPV 6. So Huawei E3331 should be the first 3G modem to support IPV 6. And around the February 2013, HUAWEI E3331 would be available in Philippines, and it’s expected this would be available for more operators. If you need unlocked HUAWEI E3331, welcome to shop from www.4gltemall.com .