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How To Enable / Disable Lenovo Vibe S1 3G Network

How To Enable / Disable Lenovo Vibe S1 3G Network

The 3G technology revolutionized how data was transmitted by designing a faster and more efficient manner that could support Lenovo Vibe S1 3G mobiles globally and provide us access to the web via our handheld devices as well as sharing multiple types of multimedia data.

Lenovo Vibe S1 3G Availability

Please note that 3G function is available on Lenovo Vibe S1.

does Lenovo Vibe S1 have 3G

How To Switch to 3G on Lenovo Vibe S1?

To turn On/Off 3G on Lenovo Vibe S1 follow this procedure:
1) Tap Settings,
2) Hit More networks,
3) Select Mobile networks,
4) Choose Network Mode,
5) Tap your preferred option.

What to Do to Verify If Lenovo Vibe S1 3G Function is exist?

Because these two manners are working on both iOS and Android operating systems, we can consider it as the main ways to know if Lenovo Vibe S1 3G network is available or not.
There is an icon on the top of the Lenovo Vibe S1 refers if 3G network is available or not.

To see if your Lenovo Vibe S1 supports 3G network or not, you can use this way:
1) Dial *#06# on your phone to identify Lenovo Vibe S1 IMEI number.
2) Go to www.imei.info, write your IMEI number and select Check.
3) You’ll see a report. Look at the LTE section – it will display all the frequencies that are supported by your Lenovo Vibe S1. 3G service works on the 2100MHz frequency, so if you see the number 2100, then your Lenovo Vibe S1 is 3G compatible.

Please note that you can always check the phone’s user guide.

Note: LTE Option on mobile settings generally refers to 4G network.

3G on Lenovo Vibe S1

Lenovo Vibe S1 3G – More Info

What is LTE?
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for wireless broadband communication used for handhelds devices and data terminals. Its frequencies as following:
* 3G networks: 900 MHz and 2100 MHz (band 1 and 39).
* 4G connections: 800 MHz (band 20), 1800 MHz and 2600 MHz (band 7 and 38).
* 5G connections: 700 MHz (band 28) and 3500 MHz (band 78).

Note: LTE Option in mobiles settings generally refers to 4G connections.

What is MHz?
MHz (Megahertz) is a unit of frequency equal to one million cycles per second. It is used to measure the transmission speed of electronic devices, including mobile phone communications.

What is Band?
The band is an interval in the frequency domain, defined by a lower and upper values of transmission capacity over network communication systems. However, in general we are using bandwidth expression to refer to the capacity of a network.

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