ZTE MF823 is the World’s Smallest 4G LTE Datacard

ZTE MF823 is the World's Smallest 4G LTE Datacard

Chinese network equipment and mobile device maker ZTE introduces the MF823, the world’s smallest 4G LTE datacard. Measuring just 13mm thick, the MF823 is just a third of the size of the company’s first gen LTE data card. It also consumes a third less power than its brother.
ZTE MF823 is the World's Smallest 4G LTE Datacard

ZTE’s MF823 is boosted by Qualcomm’s second generation LTE chip and supports LTE-FDD, UMTS-HSPA+ and GPRS/GSM mobile networks, and IPv6 standard. The USB 4G LTE modem supports up to 100Mbps DL and 50Mbps UL on LTE-FDD network and up to 42/5.76Mbps DL/UL on HSPA+. It is compatible with Windows XP/7/8, Mac OS X, and ‘all major operating systems’, and provides a web UI for operation and settings.

ZTE has released the MF823 in Kazakhstan and will launch it in Europe and Asia-Pacific countries soon.