Product Overview: Sprint R910 by Franklin Wireless (Mobile Hotspot)

Released in October 2017, this hotspot currently supports Sprint's LTE Plus carrier aggregation features.

Unlike its predecessor the R850, this hotspot does support 3G fallback.

In addition, the device is also capable of both 2.4GHz and 5GHz WiFi frequencies.

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  • Model Number: Franklin R-910
  • # of Connected Devices: 10 Wi-Fi
  • Control Panel and Default Password:
    Control Panel:  http://myhotspot or
    Default Password: "password"
  • USB Tethering Support: Not confirmed
  • Supported Networks and Bands:
    LTE Bands: 25, 26, 41 (aka "Sprint Spark") - hardware also supports 2, 4, 5, 12
    3G Fallback: Yes
  • LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: Yes
  • MIMO Support: 2x2
  • LTE Performance Category: Category 4
    (Max Theoretical Speed: 150Mbps Down / 50Mbps Up)
  • Cellular Antenna Ports: None
  • Other Ports: micro USB
  • Wi-Fi Technology / Frequencies: 802.11 b/g/n - 2.4GHz , 802.11ac - 5GHz
  • Claimed Battery Life: 12 hrs usage / 27 hrs standby
  • Can Be Powered Without a  Battery: Unknown
  • Dimensions:    3.46" x 2.62" x 0.47" /  3.5 oz
  • SIM Card Type: Nano
  • Retail Price:  $180

Testing Status: We do not currently intend to obtain a review unit of this model.

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Quick Take

With added 3G-fallback support and 5GHzWiFi support this hotspot adds function to its predecessor, the R850.

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