Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests

The Infinix Note 4 is a 4G LTE smartphone that supports the LTE bands of MTN, Etisalat, Smiles and Ntel on paper. But as you may already know, that is no guarantee that the phone is actually compatible with the network. LTE compatibility is messy. That a device is specified as supporting a 4G network’s frequency bands does not mean it will necessarily work with it. So, we took the pains to run Infinix Note 4 LTE tests. We ran tests on the six (6) 4G networks that we have access to here at MobilityArena. Here are our findings.

Infinix Note 4 LTE tests

Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests: MTN and Etisalat

Putting in an MTN and Etisalat 4G SIM cards in the Infinix Note 4 gave us instant access to their respective networks. No issues whatsoever. And what makes it even sweeter is the fact that XOS lets users peg Network Mode to 4G only should they need to. Note that voice calls over the traditional GSM network is unavailable if you peg your smartphone to 4G only.

Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests: Smile

Putting in a Smile SIM card, the Note 4 immediately picked a signal and once we created an APN, 4G service went live and we were browsing without issues.

Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests: Ntel

We had no trouble using an Ntel 4G SIM card with the Infinix Note 4. The phone promptly picked up the signal and automatically configured its APN and we were browsing in no time.

What Of The Others?

While we knew from the specs sheet that the Note 4 does not support the 4G LTE bands of both Glo and Spectranet, we ran tests for them as well all the same. You just never can tell.

Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests: Glo

The Note 4 does not support Glo’s LTE band and so did not pick Glo 4G signal.

Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests: Spectranet

The Infinix Note 4 does not support Spectranet’s LTE band and so did not pick Spectranet 4G signal.

And so, it is a wrap for our Infinix Note 4 LTE tests. Other hands-on review articles are on the way. If interested, check out the Infinix Note 4 specifications page. And do not forget to spend time on the MobilityArena Live Updates page where our team and other users like yourself mingle, stalk, share and discuss.

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12 Thoughts to “Infinix Note 4 LTE Tests”

  1. GLO still got a lot of Work to do

  2. Nice article sire just that mtn 4G is yet to function in warri (delta state)

  3. Hi Ige,

    Unfortunately, nothing can be done about the Glo 4G matter. That is the LTE band they were allocated. Anyone interested in using Glo 4G just has to get a smartphone compatible with it.

  4. KennyCee

    So this phone was only made for those using mtn,etisalat,ntel&smile network who then epp self.

  5. The Note 4 works with regular 2G and 3G networks. If you want to use 4G on it in Nigeria though, you’re limited to those networks.

  6. Kayode AKINRELERE

    Isn’t it crazy that their lower specs phones gets Spectranet but this ‘latest’ one doesn’t? Someone should explain this to me please. #SMH

  7. Kayode AKINRELERE

    Because of this non spectranet compatibility, I’ll be holding on to my S2 pro for a while.

  8. Kayode,

    It looks to me like Nfinix made several compromises in order to keep the Note 4 within a price range. I look at the material it is made of, the LTE band support, and how it is generally not so much of an upgrade from the Note 3, and that is my conclusion.

  9. Wow that’s is good text for a 📱 at least Glo users should note this.
    But it should have supported all network

  10. Technology at its finest. I still get astounded when I see how a small thing can multi-task. Awesome.

  11. The idea of not working with some network 4G LTE is not a good thing, because some of us are browsing with Glo line and spectranet. Most Nigerian won’t like this

  12. Seun

    Could you update the article with speed tests?

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