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Getting to know 4G on Oppo A53s

Oppo A53s 4G

The expression 4G has become a natural term, but little is known about it, except for the fact it’s related to the internet on phones. So if you want to get the answer to questions such as what are the advantages of 4G? Is Oppo A53s 4G capable? How to turn it on? And more details about Oppo A53s 4G, then this article is for you.

Does Oppo A53s have 4G?

Absolotely, The Oppo A53s has the necessary hardware and software to enable 4G bands.

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How do you tell whether the Oppo A53s is 4G enabled or not?

It’s not a big deal to check whether your device is 4G capable, but it’s still necessary to know how to do it. Because you don’t want to be left over with a phone lacking an essential technology nowadays.

You can check the information directly by googling the phone name or model number, and check on the official site of the manufacturer or any other dependable website. If you are a classic person, you can check the user guide or the device package.

Another easy option is checking the signal bar while the mobile data is on, if the Oppo A53s 4G data is on use, then you will see a 4G or LTE sign there. If it’s not mentioned then you must consider another method.

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 have the technology.

How to switch to 4G on Oppo A53s?

If you intend to turn on your Oppo A53s 4G network, then follow the instructions (it might vary a bit from the settings on your own device):

1- From Home screen, choose Apps.
2- From the Apps tab, choose Settings.
3- Choose “SIM card & mobile data” or “Dual SIM & Cellular Network”.
4- Choose the sim card you want to manage (the one used for data if your device is dual sim).
5- Select Preferred network type.
6- Choose 4G or LTE option.

Note: If you prefer to turn off 4G then choose a lower network type (such as 3G) or tap Only 5G if it’s possible.

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What is 4G on Oppo A53s?

4G is the fourth generation of mobile telecommunication. It was first released in 2009 in South Korea, and it was deployed after that all around the world until it became the fastest most used network in mobiles.

The provider of 4G network specifications is the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), it has also identified 5G, and 3G specifications before that. The ITU specifies what internet speeds and what are latency limits acceptable to call a network protocol a 4G.

Many protocols passed the test and qualified as 4G, the most important are LTE, LTE+, and HSPA+.  

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What distinguishes 4G on Oppo A53s?

4G has all the features of 3G at more speed. It provides download speeds of around 14 Mbps up to speeds as high as 150 Mbps, five times more 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 feature, it ranges from 60ms to 98 ms, Despite the fact that it’s only a few milliseconds lower than 3G, it is very significant for some use cases such as video conferencing or online gaming, and other live interactions.

The appearance of VoLTE standard added another advantage to 4g network which is the ability to make phone calls and browse the internet simultaneously, with even more suitable voice quality. All of these advantages are within your reach with Oppo A53s 4G technology.

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What are 4G bands? and which bands are supported on the Oppo A53s?

4G and other mobile technologies 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 around the world.

What you should be aware of as a consumer is that each mobile operator permits certain bands according to the area, and different phones support different bands. So you should make sure that your Oppo A53s supports the bands offered by your local cellular operator.

Here are the Oppo A53s 4G enabled bands:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 20, 26, 28, 38, 39, 40, 41, 66 – Version 1;1, 3, 5, 8, 38, 40, 41 – Version 2;1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 38, 39, 40, 41 – Version 3;.

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