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Know more about ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G Technology

ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G

4G was deployed years ago in most of the globe and it is now considered the fastest most diffused mobile network. However, there is a lot of misconception surrounding it. And some people still don’t appreciate its significance.

What is 4g? Is it better than 3G? Is ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G enabled? That’s what we are going to talk about in this article, besides everything related to ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G technology.

Does ZTE nubia N1 lite have 4G?

Yes. The ZTE nubia N1 lite is compatible with 4G bands.

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Checking the presence of 4G on ZTE nubia N1 lite

There are a number of ways to check the existence of 4G in your ZTE nubia N1 lite, or any other mobile. And presuming you’re not a techy person , I recommend that you start by checking the phone box, network information is usually present there. Or you can simply google your phone model name and find out the information on the official website of the manufacturer.

If you have already bought the phone and inserted the SIM card, you can turn on the mobile data, if the phone connects to a 4G network you will observe a 4G ot LTE sign up on the signal bar.

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 is 4G capable you will find 4G option or LTE. If you don’t see 4G or LTE, then your smartphone isn’t 4G enabled.

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How to switch to 4G on ZTE nubia N1 lite?

If you intend to enable your ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G network, then follow the instructions (it might differ slightly from the settings on your own device):

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

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

Introduction to 4G technology on ZTE nubia N1 lite

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the entity that defined 4G in the first place, 4G is the fourth generation of wireless technologies. It comes just after 3G and preceding 5G.

4G has very high internet uploading/downloading speeds, ten times more than 3G, Which is enormous. It also has 50ms latency, much less than 3G.

4G is not just one technology, but a set of technologies compatible with ITU specifications. It includes LTE, LTE+, and HSPA+.

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Feature of 4G technology on ZTE nubia N1 lite

4G is an evolved technology that enabled a lot of possibilities for users. It enables much more speed than 3G technology, while the average speed of 3G is 3Mbit/s, 4G has an average of 10 Mbit/s.

Another benefit is the low latency. Although the difference in Latency is tiny, 4G latency made HD web streaming achievable, and a much better video games experience.

4G has also better quality voice calls, thanks to the VoLTE standard. It also enables you to browse the internet while making voice calls. All of these advantages are within your reach with ZTE nubia N1 lite 4G technology.

Get to know 4G bands in your ZTE nubia N1 lite

A 4G band is a range of frequencies used by phone carriers. Why this matters to you? It matters because each mobile network operator uses special bands corresponding to the area. And not all phones support all 4G bands, so you should assure that your ZTE nubia N1 lite supports the bands provided in your area.

It’s hard to formalize the bands worldwide, 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 nubia N1 lite 4G enabled bands are:
1, 3, 7, 20;.

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