Thank you for your answer, why d you say 2 bars? That's my concern now, except Internet does 800 band have impact on phone coverage? That's more important than 3g I guess.
Try to figure out by yourself: wikipedia and how to become a responsible adult...
Buy an iphone and basta
You already have your answer multiple times. 800 is 4g. So you cant connect to 800mhz 4g network. End of story. Zero effect to 3g or 2g or 5gI wish you could be smarter than the question and understand it in any of those 10 times. (I reported you for your last 2 answers for personal insult, I hope you can remember the manners your parents should teach you rather than insult someone who you don't know)
You already have your answer multiple times. 800 is 4g. So you cant connect to 800mhz 4g network. End of story. Zero effect to 3g or 2g or 5g
You have had your answer.I understand it, what I still get answer to is how this may affect phone signal if it does compared to otherwise a phone with 4g 800 band.
With HSPDA+ speed at 42Mbps and 800Mhz LTE speed at 50Mbps, band 20 is frankly not worth bothering with.The lack of Band 20 - 800 MHz 4G support affects phone call quality as most networks in Europe use VoLTE (voice over LTE). Not to mention data connectivity which basically drops you down to HSPA+/HSPA in 99% of regions in Europe. Bad Xiaomi, very bad.
With HSPDA+ speed at 42Mbps and 800Mhz LTE speed at 50Mbps, band 20 is frankly not worth bothering with.
And coverage of HSPDA is better than LTE band 20 coverage in most countries.
Also a lot of operators don't even use band 20.
As for VOLTE, call quality is not really an issue with any GSM phone since the 80s. Also a lot of carriers in Europe don't bother with it, because it is less useful than investing in increased coverage of higher speed LTE.
Besides, calling over carriers is becoming less common, as applications for video and calls are more common.
So as for Xiaomi being bad, while it is good to have alll bands just in case, it is more the operators not installing decent LTE which is the problem.
Well my operator in france doesn't use band 20. At all. Even DEFAULTThe lower band (Band 20) is used by DEFAULT by every single operator in Europe
Learn more about the actual technology and how it works before misinforming people who might read this.
You are welcome.
Well my operator in france doesn't use band 20. At all. Even DEFAULT
Thanks for the misinformation though.
Perhaps band 20 works well in Sweden, in fact they heavily invested in the technology as it is not a densely populated country, and it is cheap. When many people are connected on the same antenna the rate decreases anyways.
For me it is useless. As for using 4G across different territories, it is prohibitively expensive at the present time.
I hardly need 4G all of the time anyway. Good HSPDA does me well for general use. But most times I pull at least 26MB/s.