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Long-Term Evolution (LTE)
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Long-Term Evolution (LTE) is a fourth-generation radio frequency transmission standard for wireless devices developed by the 3GPP as a successor to 3G. LTE was designed to permit very high bandwidth in real-world applications of up to 100-150 mbit/s with latency upper than home fiber connection. LTE is expected to be replaced by 5G.

There are many levels of this technology, every phone implements a (CAT) level, widespread support is for cat4 ( 150 max download 50 max upload ).

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