Common questions

Does Galaxy S3 support 4G?

Does Galaxy S3 support 4G?

Samsung Galaxy S III (S3) 4G LTE – 8MP, 4.8“, 1.4GHz, 720 x 1280 (HD) | Samsung IE.

How do I get 4G LTE on my Samsung?

First, swipe up on the home screen and tap on the Settings icon, and then tap on the Network & Internet selection. You should then tap on the Mobile Network menu, and then tap on the Advanced option. Finally, tap on the LTE selection for 4G access.

How old is Samsung S3?

The Samsung Galaxy S III (or Galaxy S3) is an Android smartphone designed, developed, and marketed by Samsung Electronics. Launched in 2012, it had sold about 70 million units by 2015 with no recalls ever recorded. It is the third smartphone in the Samsung Galaxy S series.

Why is my phone showing LTE instead of 4G?

So the reason your phone says LTE is because you are in an area that has the fastest internet speeds. When you are in an area in which your phone says “4g” it’s because you are using a cell phone tower that has the slower, HSPA, internet speed.

Is there 4G on the Samsung Galaxy’s III?

4G is obviously the crowning feature of the Galaxy S III 4G. Coverage is still fairly limited at the time of writing but when you are in an area serviced by LTE with the Galaxy S III 4G you’re in for a treat. We tested the Galaxy S III 4G with both Optus and Telstra SIMs.

What’s the download speed on the Samsung Galaxy’s III?

We tested the Galaxy S III 4G with both Optus and Telstra SIMs. We managed to achieve download speeds of up 38 megabits per second (Mbps) on Telstra and up to 39Mbps on Optus when 4G was available. Keep in mind, though, that the speeds you’ll get will widely vary depending on location, time and network congestion.

What are the specs of the Samsung Galaxy S3?

The Samsung Galaxy S3 phone has a 4.8-inch (1280×720) Super AMOLED screen, a 8MP main camera and a 1.9MP selfie camera. The battery capacity is 2100 mAh and the main processor is a Exynos 4412 with 1 GB of RAM. No Wireless Charg.

Why was there a shortage of Samsung Galaxy’s III?

Because of overwhelming demand and a manufacturing problem with the blue variant of the phone, there was an extensive shortage of the S III, especially in the United States. Nevertheless, the S III was well-received commercially and critically, with some technology commentators touting it as the ” iPhone killer”.