Reliance Communications has accidentally listed its 4G LTE based Reliance MiFi pocket router on its e-store. However, the product was taken down later.
According to the rtn.asia reports, the Reliance MiFi device was briefly up on the company’s e-commerce portal, revealing its major details. The Reliance MiFi device has an in-built battery of 2300mAh which the company claims to offer a backup time of around 5-6 hours. It also has a microSD card slot with external memory of up to 32GB. The Mi-Fi device will work with all three bands of LTE services – 3, 5 and 40, on which RCom and Reliance Jio plan to operate.
The listing also reveals that it is capable of delivering downlink speeds of up to 150 Mbps and uplink speeds of up to 50 MBPS through multi carrier aggregation. It measures 95 x 57x 16 mm and weighs 80 grams.
The Reliance MiFi device is priced at Rs 3,199, however, it seems like the company will offer an inaugural discount of Rs. 500, and initially will sell the device at Rs. 2,699. The device is expected to ship from May 25th.