4G was made to replace 3G and it offers a connection that
is more reliable and delivers much higher speeds. Specifically,
4G LTE means “fourth-generation long term evolution,”
with LTE being a type of 4G that delivers the fastest
connection for a mobile internet experience – up to 10
times faster than 3G.
What is the main difference between 3g and 4g:
One of the principal differences between 3G and 4G models is the speed at
which they can download files from the internet. A typical 3G phone can
connect to the internet at a maximum speed of up to 21Mbps, whereas a 4G
phone can do so at theoretical maximum speeds of 300Mbps.
Which network is better LTE or 3g:
While not as fast as an LTE network, it is still faster than a 3G network.
In theory, LTE can be up to ten times faster than 3G. In practice, the actual
network speed will vary based on network load and signal strength. Even if
LTE does not meet its theoretical speed, it is still much faster than 3G.
Is LTE the same as 4g:
LTE, sometimes known as 4G LTE, is a type of 4G technology. Short for
"Long Term Evolution", it's slower than "true" 4G, but significantly faster
than 3G, which originally had data rates measured in kilobits per second,
rather than megabits per second.
How much faster is 4g LTE than 3g:
4G is often up to 10x faster than 3G in real-world use – with speeds commonly
between 20Mbps and 50Mbps (which is really fast). New 4G technologies such
as "Carrier Aggregation" – where your smartphone connects to multiple cellular
frequencies at once – can offer even faster speeds in certain areas.
Why is LTE so slow:
Many factors can result in slow LTE service. These include weather, network
congestion, and even solar activity. But chief among these are geography and
buildings. If you're in a remote area, or there are a lot of natural barriers
around you (such as hills, mountains, and valleys), they can affect your signal.
Wishing you all the best,