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Everything about 4G on Archos Diamond Plus

Archos Diamond Plus 4G

Mobile technologies have upgraded enormously; one of the main developments is the development of 4G technology. It’s a word that you’ve certainly faced in your daily life, but what is 4G? And is Archos Diamond Plus 4G capable? We will answer these and other questions related to Archos Diamond Plus 4G technology in the following article.

Does the Archos Diamond Plus have 4G?

Absolutely, Archos Diamond Plus has the necessary hardware and software to enable 4G bands.

How to check the availability of 4G on Archos Diamond Plus

The safest option to check the presence of 4G network in any phone, is to check the official website, or the official packaging.

Another safe option is turning on mobile data, and checking whether the phone connects to a 4G network or not, you’ll find that out simply by the emergence of a 4G or LTE sign in the status bar.

Another way is to check the settings: Go to your settings and fetch network mode, usually as follows: Settings > Cellular (or Mobile Data) > Cellular Data Options (or Mobile Data Options). If your phone is 4G-enabled you will find a 4G or an LTE option. If you don’t see 4G or LTE, then your smartphone isn’t 4G-capable.

does Archos Diamond Plus have 4G

How to switch to 4G on Archos Diamond Plus?

If you want to activate your Archos Diamond Plus 4G network, then follow the instructions (it might vary slightly from the settings on your own device):

1- From Home screen, tap Apps.
2- Choose Settings.
3- Select Wireless & networks.
4- Make sure the Mobile data is on.
5- Tap “More…”.
6- Tap Mobile network.
7- Choose Preferred networks.
8- Select 4G or LTE option.

Note: If you need to switch off 4G then choose a lower network type (e.g. 3G).

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Definition of 4G on Archos Diamond Plus

It is the term used to describe fourth-generation of cellular communication technology. It was identified in 2008 by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an organization that specifies the specs of 4G technology and previous technologies such as 2G and 3G. 4G is now the higher cellular technology endorsed by most mobile phones in the world.

4G comes with speeds faster than its precedent 3G. Thus, its release expanded the use of smartphones. These days, phone users can do almost the same tasks that were only suitable on computers before the appearance of 4G.

The best known protocol labeled 4G is LTE and the technologies developed from it (LTE-A for example). Usually, people confuse the two terms. For Archos Diamond Plus 4G to be useful, it should be correspondent to the protocols used by local wireless service providers.

Advantages of 4G on Archos Diamond Plus

4G has all the attributes of 3G at more speed. It provides download speeds of around 14 Mbps up to speeds as high as 150 Mbps, five times faster than 3G. And it allows more than ten times the uploading data speeds of 3G, ranging from 8Mbps up to 50 Mbps.

Low latency is another advantage, it ranges from 60ms to 98 ms, Despite the fact that it’s only a few milliseconds lower than 3G, it is very essential for some use cases such as video conferencing or online gaming, and other real-time interactions.

The development of VoLTE standard added another feature to 4g technology which is the ability to make phone calls and surf the internet concurrently, with even better voice quality. All of these advantages are within your reach with Archos Diamond Plus 4G technology.

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Get to know 4G bands in your Archos Diamond Plus

Before talking about 4G bands, you should find out what the frequency is. Frequency is the repetition of an event, and it is measured in radio communication by hertz (Hz).

Since radio waves are utilized for multiple uses besides 4G (radio broadcasting and satellite communication as examples), it is essential to identify which frequencies must be used for what reason. Otherwise, radio waves will contradict, and it would be a mess.

Governments and ITU allocated each range of frequencies (called bands) to specific uses.

What you should consider as a user of Archos Diamond Plus, is whether it supports the bands provided in your area by your local cellular operator or not. The Archos Diamond Plus4G-supported bands are :
3, 7, 20;.

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