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4G on Oppo N1 Explained

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Cellular technologies have progressed enormously, One of the main developments is the rise of 4G technology. It’s a term that you’ve definitely faced in your daily life, but what is 4G? And is Oppo N1 4G capable? We are going to answer these and other questions related to Oppo N1 4G technology in the following article.

Does Oppo N1 have 4G?

No. The Oppo N1 is not 4G enabled, it supports only 2G or/and 3G Networks.

Oppo N1 4G

What is 4G?

Even if Oppo N1 4G doesn’t exist you should know more about 4G. 4G describes mobile network technology. It was determined by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union) and deployed by wireless carriers. To call a system 4G it should meet some standards.

The ‘G’ in 4G stands for generation, and 4 means the fourth one, just after 3G and preceding 5G. 4G networks have to provide internet speeds much better than 3G, they also grant low latency, which is essential for some uses such as gaming services.

The most widespread protocols defined by ITU as a 4G are HSPA+ and LTE. 4G in most phones today use one or both of them, which makes 4G the fastest most deployed mobile network.

Oppo N1 4G

How do you tell whether the Oppo N1 is 4G capable or not?

Before buying your device you want to make sure that it supports 4G. you have so many options to do it, we will list some of them here. The most obvious method is to check the specifications on the user guide or in the device’s box.

If you don’t have them or you are still lying on your couch trying to choose the ideal phone for you, you can do the same on the internet using the device name or model number.

If you desire to verify your current phone, just turn on the mobile data, if the Oppo N1 4G data is on, then you will notice immediately a 4G sign on the top of the screen. You might see LTE or LTE+ instead of it. However, this way might be deceptive if you didn’t activate a 4G offer, or you are out of coverage.

Oppo N1 4G

Another way is to check the settings: open your settings and search for 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 4G option or LTE. If you don’t see either of them, then your smartphone doesn’t support the technology.

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