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Exploring BLU Energy XL 4G Technology

Exploring BLU Energy XL 4G Technology

Wireless mobile technologies have advanced enormously; one of the main developments is the rise of 4G technology. It’s a term that you’ve certainly encountered in your daily life, but what is 4G? And is BLU Energy XL 4G enabled? We will answer these and other questions related to BLU Energy XL 4G technology in the following article.

Does the BLU Energy XL have 4G?

Yes. BLU has integrated 4G in BLU Energy XL phone.

How do you tell whether BLU Energy XL is 4G-capable or not?

Before buying your device, you want to make sure that it supports 4G. You have so many ways to do it, and we will list some of them here. The most obvious way is to check the specifications on the manual or in the device’s package.

If you lost them or you are still lying at home trying to choose the most appealing phone for you, you can do the same on the internet using the device name or model number.

If you intend to verify your current phone, just turn on the cellular data; if the BLU Energy XL 4G data is in use, then you will immediately notice immediately see a 4G sign on the top of the display. You might notice LTE or LTE+ instead of it. However, this method might be misleading if you are not on a 4G offer, or you are out of coverage.

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 has 4G you will find a 4G or an LTE option. If you don’t see 4G or LTE, then your smartphone doesn’t support the standard.

does BLU Energy XL have 4G

How to switch to 4G on BLU Energy XL?

If you need to enable your BLU Energy XL 4G network, then follow the instructions (it might vary slightly from the settings on your own device):

1- From Home screen, choose Apps.
2- Select All settings.
3- Choose Mobile networks.
4- Make sure the Mobile data tile is turned on.
5- Tap Network Mode.
6- Select 4G or LTE option.

Note: If you need to switch off 4G then choose a lower network type (e.g. 3G) or tap Only 5G if it’s possible.

Definition of 4G on BLU Energy XL

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 main cellular technology endorsed by most mobile phones around the globe.

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

The best known protocol labeled 4G is LTE and the technologies developed from it , such as LTE-A. Usually, people confuse the two terms. For BLU Energy XL 4G to be useful, it should be compatible with the protocols used by local wireless service providers.

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What are the advantages of 4G on BLU Energy XL?

4G outruns the former generation in terms of speed and latency. It provides 10 times higher downloading and uploading internet speeds. The average 3G speed is around 5 Mbit/s, and the average 4G speed is about 50 Mbit/s.

In terms of latency, 3G offers a 100 ms latency, while 4G has half of that, meaning 50 ms, which is preferable because latency is a time delay between the sender and the receiver. Although the difference is only 0.05 seconds, it translates to a vast advantage in live interactions, such as gaming experiences and live broadcasting.

VoLTE is a standard that gave 4G a boost. It allows users to make improved voice calls and surf the internet while talking on the portable. These advantages make BLU Energy XL 4G technology a great tool in your hand.

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Get to know 4G bands in your BLU Energy XL

4G and other cellular networks use radio waves to transfer data. These waves have different lengths and frequencies. To prevent interference between signals, governments and the ITU decided which regions use which frequencies for 4G.

Each region has been allocated certain frequency intervals known as bands. Band number 7 and band number 28 (for example) are used all over the world.

What you should be aware of as a consumer is that each mobile provider permits specific bands according to the area, and different phones enable different bands. So you should make sure that your BLU Energy XL supports the bands provided by your local cellular provider.

Here are the BLU Energy XL4G-enabled bands:
2, 4, 7;.

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