British telephony and broadband network operator Three has launched a new high speed wireless-enabled mobile device along with its various broadband deals.
According to The Inquirer, Three has announced Huawei E586 MiFi, the first mobile device to boast of high speed wireless technology, also called high speed packet access (HSPA+) in the United Kingdom.
"As the UK's biggest 3G mobile broadband network, we're delighted to introduce our high speed mobile Wi-Fi product. This joins our award winning HSPA+ dongles making us the only operator offering an entirely next generation HSPA+ enabled range of mobile broadband products." announced chief of mobile broadband division at Three, David Kerrigan.
The new handset boasts of download speed of 21.1 Mbps while the upload speed is touted to be 5.76 Mbps. The phone comes with a charging dock along with a Micro SD card slot with memory storage of up to 32 GB.
Huawei E586 MiFi is said to offer its customers fast and secure mode of wireless connection for mobile phones, laptops, tablet computers and gaming consoles alike. The display screen reads name of the user and password along with data consumed, battery backup, and browsing time. So far no pricing details have been released by Three.