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Know the ABCs of ZTE Blade X3 4G Technology

ZTE Blade X3 4G

Mobile technologies have progressed enormously, One of the main developments is the emergence of 4G technology. It’s a term that you’ve absolutely faced in your daily life, but what is 4G? And is ZTE Blade X3 4G enabled? We are going to answer these and other questions related to ZTE Blade X3 4G technology in the following article.

Does ZTE Blade X3 have 4G?

Absolotely, The ZTE Blade X3 has the required hardware and software to support 4G bands.

does ZTE Blade X3 4G have 4g

How do you tell whether the ZTE Blade X3 is 4G capable or not?

It is important to check whether your phone is 4G capable before buying it. There are a variety of ways to do so, The easiest way is to verify your device specifications in your phone box, or in the user guide. If you don’t possess the box or didn’t find the manual, you can check your phone specifications on the official website of the manufacturer or any other credible website.

The second option is verifying the status bar. If the ZTE Blade X3 4G data is running, you will see a 4G (or LTE) icon at the top of the device’s display. Note that the absence of that symbol doesn’t mean necessarily that your phone doesn’t support 4G.

Another way is to check the settings: open your settings and look for network mode, usually as follows: Settings > Cellular (or Mobile Data) > Cellular Data Options (or Mobile Data Options). If your phone is 4G capable you will find 4G option or LTE. If you don’t see 4G or LTE, then your smartphone doesn’t have the technology.

How to switch to 4G on ZTE Blade X3?

If you want to switch on your ZTE Blade X3 4G network, then follow the instructions (it might differ a bit from the settings on your own device):

1- From Home screen, choose Apps.
2- From the Apps tab, tap Settings.
3- Select More.
4- Tap Mobile networks (or Cellular networks).
5- Choose the sim card you want to manage (the one used for data if your device is dual sim).
6- Tap Preferred network type.
7- 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.

how to switch to 4g on ZTE Blade X3 4G

What is 4G on ZTE Blade X3?

4G is the fourth generation of cellular communication technologies, it comes just after 3G and before 5G. Although 5G is considered the highest technology existing in the world, 4G is still the fastest most used technology.

4G comes with fast uploading and downloading speeds, exceeding the previous 3G technology, and it also has decreased latency, allowing users to do much more activities using their phones, things such as live conferencing.

To be more precise, 4G is a designation assigned by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), and it is also a commercial term used by telecommunications companies to exhibit a set of protocols used in their networks.

One of the most famous protocols is LTE and LTE-Advanced, So for ZTE Blade X3 4G to be useful, it should be suitable with the protocols used by the local telecommunications companies.

What distinguishes 4G on ZTE Blade X3?

4G has all the functionalities of 3G at more speed. It offers download speeds of around 14 Mbps up to speeds as high as 150 Mbps, five times more than 3G. And it gives more than ten times the uploading data speeds of 3G, starting from 8Mbps up to 50 Mbps.

Low latency is another feature, it ranges from 60ms to 98 ms, Although it’s only a few milliseconds lower than 3G, it is very important for some use cases like video conferencing or online gaming, and other real-time interactions.

The emergence of VoLTE standard added another feature to 4g technology which is the ability to make phone calls and surf the internet at the same time, with even improved voice quality. All of these advantages are within your reach with ZTE Blade X3 4G technology.

4G on ZTE Blade X3 4G

Get to know 4G bands in the ZTE Blade X3

A 4G band is an interval of frequencies used by mobile network operators. Why this matters to you? It matters since each cellular carrier uses special bands according to the area. And not all mobiles support all 4G bands, so you should make sure your ZTE Blade X3 supports the bands present in your area.

It’s hard to unite the bands on a global scale, because each government uses different bands for different radio transactions aside from 4g (such as aeronautics and radio broadcasts). Despite this, the ITU segmented the world into 3 regions and bands for each region.

The ZTE Blade X3 4G supported bands are:
1, 3, 7, 40;.

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