How to know if your Phone is 4G Enabled

How to know if your iPhone, Windows, Android Phone is 4G Enabled

4G Smartphone

4G LTE shouldn't come as a new word to you. But just to refresh your memory. According to Wikipedia,
"4G is the fourth generation of broadband cellular network technology, succeeding 3G. A 4G system must provide capabilities defined by ITU in IMT Advanced. Potential and current applications include amended mobile web access, IP telephony, gaming services, high-definition mobile TV, video conferencing, and 3D television."

I must say, 4G LTE browsing experience is the bomb! Sometimes, in less than two minutes, I am able to download a movie of 300MB+; not to now talk of music files that is just 10 to 15MB. How many secs do you think it would take to download? Do maths!

So without further ado, let's head to the discussion of the day.

How to know if your phone supports 4G

There are times where by you just got a smartphone, maybe from a friend or someone, or it's even a fairly used phone; and you wonder how you can know if the phone supports 4G or not. If you are in this position, then you are in the right place, because as soon as you are done reading this article, you will be enlightened! (Just as I always say.)

How to check if your Android Phone supports 4G

Goto Settings > Network Settings > Mobile Network > there, you will see the list of available networks ( 2G, 3G, LTE or 4G) your phone supports. If LTE/4G is one of the them, then you are in luck, your Android phone is 4G enabled.

Android Phone Network connection


How to check if your iPhone supports 4G

Goto Settings > General > Cellular > Enable 4G LTE

ALSO READ:How to know if your Glo Sim and Phone is Glo 4G-LTE Compatible

How to check if your Windows Phone supports 4G

Goto Settings > Cellular + SIM > Highest connection speed > there, check if 4G LTE is part of available options. If it is, then your windows phone is 4G.

Windows Phone Network connection


But, what if you don't see 4G-LTE, just as seen in the above screenshot. What that simply means is that the phone does not support 4G LTE.

I hope this helps!
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