Faster data speed on a portable device is highly desirable, especially in such a time when technology is much advanced than previous time ever! 4G LTE networks are spreading at a decent pace in the Indian cities and even few remote areas as well. To get the speed, one has to use an Indian 4G LTE bands enables handset.
On this article, we have listed top 10 of such that are currently being sold in the Indian market.
- Apple iPhone 5S
iPhone 5s supports all the Indian 4G LTE channels and enjoying the network potentials to the fullest on an iPhone 5S is always fun and exciting than any other smartphone. More than 10 LTE bands are supported on the iPhone 5s to make roaming easier, the 4G LTE bands on most parts of the worls would get detected by an iPhone 5s without any trouble at all. The speed is around 100/50 Mbps downlink & uplink. Price – Rs. 29,799.
- Samsung Galaxy J5
Samsung Galaxy J5 is a brilliant smartphone for those who can’t go out a day without selfies, but posting them on social networks would take a faster 4G LTE network which the Galaxy J5 also provides with excellent band support. 6 LTE bands are currently supported for the Indian market – 800, 850, 900, 1800, 2100, 2300 MHz. Samsung Galaxy J5 runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop. The amount of RAM is 1.5 GB with 8/16GB ROM and card slot. Price – Rs. 12,499.
- Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen)
Depending on the variant and market of the smartphone, the number of 4G LTE bands could vary. In general, three different variants of this smartphone provides support for 5 to 8 bands – and the Indian 4G LTE bands are supported within those bands hence there’s no trouble operating a 4G SIM on Moto G 3rd Generation. The bandwidth is 150/50 Mbps. Price – Rs. 12,999.
- Samsung Galaxy E7
Samsung Galaxy E7 is sort of a plastic based premium device, not flagship but the performance and outlook sports an elegant look. The number of 4G LTE bands would vary from 5 to 8 depending on market and region the phone is being sold at. However, the bandwidth on the 4G LTE network chip is 150 Mbps download and 50 Mbps upload. Price – Rs. 16,751.
- Xiaomi Mi 4i
Enthusiasts of the branded Chinese smartphones would certainly appreciate what the Xiaomi Mi 4i has to offer in a compact budget range. However, the moderately priced Xiaomi Mi 4i packs 6 LTE bands making it usable across many regions of the world, India included. The bandwidth on LTE Cat4 channel is 150/50 Mbps. Xiaomi Mi 4i runs on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. Price – Rs. 12,999.
- Motorola Moto X Play
For the Indian variants of Motorola Moto X Play, the number of available 4G LTE bands are 11. That’s really a lot, and significantly higher than many other flagship devices currently being sold in the Indian market. Roaming around the states or even going abroad wouldn’t be a problem as the number of supported bands is quite high. Price – Rs. 18,499.
- Sony Xperia M4 Aqua Dual
The exact frequency band varies between two different variants of the Xperia M4 Aqua Dual – the variants are E2333 and E2363. However, the number of bands remain same – 7 bands of 4G LTE connectivity. This handset provides dual SIM connectivity bumping up the convenience to an even higher step. The bandwidth on the 4G LTE channels is 150/50 Mbps. Price – Rs. 19,199.
- HTC Desire 826
People with big hands would prefer the huge appearance of the HTC Desire 826. Other than that, it provides 8 LTE bands for the India and HK region. The bandwidth on LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps. The CPU on HTC Desire 826 is Snapdragon 615 with Adreno 405 GPU. It has 2 GB of RAM with 16 GB internal storage plus 128 GB expandable external card slot. Price – Rs. 24,380.
- OnePlus 2
OnePlus 2 is intended to be the flagship killer of 2015. Both the USA and Global models feature 9 bands of 4G LTE, they are only different by the channels. The download/upload bandwidth is 150/50 Mbps like many other smartphones in its category. More to that, OnePlus 2 is a dual SIM smartphone with LTE on both. Price – Rs. 24,999.
- Lenovo Vibe X2
All variants of the Lenovo Vibe X2 offers four 4G LTE bands; Indian common bands are supported hence there shouldn’t be any issue with network compatibility. There are two variants – a single SIM model with microSIM slot and a dual SIM model with micro or nano SIM slot. Price – Rs. 15,024.
4G LTE smartphones are available at a very attainable price in the Indian market.