I love my CPE Pro 2, had it for a long time now and its been rock solid, unfortunately I can't vouch for 5G as I'm still waiting on three building their new monopole where I am aveitch.On infamous website grooves-inc.co.uk raconteur "John F" gave the router one star saying
"Do not buy this router if you expect 5G. You are rolling the dice if you do. I bought this with the intent to connect to my Telco providers 5G. Huawei has neglected to add a significant capability, the ability to choose which connection you want the router to default to. This means if you have a 4G and a 5G signal broadcast within range of this router, the router will auto connect to the strongest signal. In most cases the 4G signal is stronger because 5G it is still being rolled out. In my case the 5G antenna was 1500m away and the 4G antenna was 1300m away. I have written and talked to Huawei and there is no planned release for updating the router firmware with this essential capability. So if you buy this, you may get lucky if your 5G antenna is closer than your 4G antenna, but the odds are not in your favour and this is a very expensive router. Good luck!""
Is this true? My CPE 1 rarely dropped to 5G so I don't see why the CPE 2 would unless something has changed.