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What You Need to Know About Oppo A57 3G ?

What You Need to Know About Oppo A57 3G ?

When innovating Oppo A57 3G (3d Generation Mobile), it’s been consider to support 2G network so we can benefit this previous network. However, the prime target to be innovated is to give 3G Oppo A57 a high speed wireless connection regardless of the data sort whether it is multimedia, video, or voice.

Oppo A57 3G Availability

Please note that Oppo A57 has 3G facility.

How to Switch to 3G on Oppo A57 ?

To switch On/Off 3G on Oppo A57 , follow this method:
1) Tab Settings,
2) Tab SIM cards & mobile networks,
3) Tab the SIM card for which you want to configure,
4) Hit Mobile networks,
5) Choose your preferred option.

To switch On/Off 3G on Oppo A57 apply this way:
1) Select Settings,
2) Choose Dual SIM and mobile network,
3) Choose Preferred network type,
4) Hit Preferred network type,
5) Choose your preferred option.

how to switch 3G on Oppo A57

Main Way to Identify if Oppo A57 Is 3G

Because these two manners are working on both iOS and Android operating systems, we can consider it as the prime ways to identify if Oppo A57 3G network is available or not.
There is an icon on the top of the Oppo A57 refers if 3G network is available or not.

To identify if your Oppo A57 supports 3G network or not, you may use this manner:
1) Dial *#06# on your phone to get Oppo A57 IMEI number.
2) Go to www.imei.info, enter your IMEI number and choose Check.
3) You’ll see a report. Look at the LTE section – it will display all the frequencies that supported by your Oppo A57. 3G service runs on the 2100MHz frequency, so if you see the number 2100, then your Oppo A57 is 3G compatible.

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

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

3G on Oppo A57

Technical Information About Oppo A57 3G Network

LTE Meaning:
Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a standard for wireless broadband communication used for cellular devices and data terminals. Its frequencies as following:
* 3G connections: 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 networks.

Knowing More About 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.

Knowing More About Band:
The band is an interval in the frequency domain, delimited by a lower and upper values of transmission capacity over a network communication systems. However, broadly we are using bandwidth expression to refer to the capacity of a network.

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