Price List of 4G Mobile Phones in India | 2017

All 4G Mobile Phones with prices in India. Last Updated on 26th September 2017. View all lists. These phones are compatible with 4G networks operational in India (2300MHz TD-LTE Band 40 and 1800MHz FD-LTE Band 3). With Airtel launching 4G city by city, and Reliance's pan India Jio 4G network hot on its heels, expect most new phones that are launched that support this high-speed internet standard. 4G delivers speeds of up to 100Mbps theoretically; while practically you should see increase of 3 to 5 times when compared to 3G.
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Top 10 4G Mobile Phones Price List

4G Mobile Phones ListLatest PriceValue for Money
Samsung Galaxy J7 PrimeRs. 11,89095 / 100
Samsung Galaxy On Nxt 64GBRs. 14,90093 / 100
Samsung Galaxy J2 ProRs. 9,09075 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (4GB/64GB)Rs. 12,74985 / 100
Samsung Galaxy On8Rs. 12,09087 / 100
Vivo V5Rs. 13,99977 / 100
Motorola Moto M (4GB/64GB)Rs. 13,99989 / 100
Samsung Galaxy On7 ProRs. 8,99080 / 100
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 (3GB/32GB)Rs. 10,99989 / 100
Samsung Galaxy J7 MaxRs. 17,79968 / 100

Talk about 4G Mobile Phones, ask your questions!

4G or LTE stands for the 4th generation of mobile telecommunications technology. Mobile internet in its nascent days was fast enough to transmit only text-based content. With 3G, speeds were finally fast enough (theoretically up to 42Mbps) to offer experiences like video calling, video streaming and the usage of rich apps. With 4G, the speeds have further increased (theoretically as fast as 100Mbps) to make connectivity more seamless and buffer free. Adding 4G also means decongesting networks in countries like India, which will soon be the world's 2nd largest cellphone population.

4G is complicated because it works on different bands across different countries. In India, most operators are offering it via the 2300MHz band (a.k.a TD-LTE Band 40) and 1800MHz (a.k.a FD-LTE Band 3). Phones that support 2300MHz are observed to support 1800MHz too. But there have been phones available in India like the LG Nexus 5 or the Motorola Moto X, that have supported only 1800MHz. It gets tricky here, because some cities in India have 2300MHz coverage, some have 1800MHz, some have both. It is said that eventually some operators will offer coverage in both bands across all cities. So rule of thumb is, if you want to buy a 4G enabled phone today, make sure you buy one that supports TD-LTE 2300MHz Band 40.

As of 2015, 4G services are only used for serving data; phone calls are routed via 2G/3G networks with a technology called CSFB (Circuit Switched FallBack). Eventually, voice calls can also be handled over LTE by using VoLTE (or Voice over LTE).

Although it may seem like the noise about 4G began in early 2015, it has actually been around since 2012, with Kolkata being the first city where Airtel deployed its 4G network. Following which, cities like Bangalore, Pune followed suit. As of 2015, 4G is already deployed in 44 cities and more counting. While Airtel decided to activate one city at a time, Reliance's upcoming Jio 4G network aims to launch the high speed mobile internet service pan-India by the end of 2015. This price list of 4G phones in India should help you find out which phones are compatible with this high-speed internet service.
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