3G – definition

3G (third-generation mobile network) is a wireless mobile telecommunication technology.  The tired generation of mobile wireless technology first started in 1998. The 3G is the upgrade version of 2G. It has a high-speed wireless transmutation system, advance global ramming & multimedia access.  The third-generation technology Is more first and well from the 2G network. Generally, people use the third generation warless mobile network telecommunication for warless telecommunication, downloading and uploading by a high-speed network, make a clear video or audio call. Some people know 3G as IMT-2000.


If you want a speed bandwidth, digital signal, multipole data transmutation system, the 3G for you. 

All Smartphone Technical Data Terms
Device TypeManufacturerModelAnnounced
Launch DateDimensionsWeightProtection
ColorsChipsetProcessorFingerprint sensor
RAMInternal storageExpandable storageExpandable storage Type
Audio JackLoudspeakerWifi FeaturesExpandable storage Type
Selfie CameraAutofocusShooting ModesPhysical Aperture
BrandGraphicsSensor PositionScreen To Body Ratio
SSDOTGCard SlotRear Flash
MagnetometerHD LinkForm factor2G
3G4GSIM TypeDual SIM
Display TypeSizeResolutionPixel Density
Touch ScreenDisplay ProtectionAudio PlaybackVideo Playback
FM RadioPrimary CameraImageVideo
FeaturesSecondaryFlashOperating System
User InterfaceJava SupportBluetoothWifi
HDMIWireless ChargingGPRSEDGE
SpeedWeb BrowserSMSMMS
E-mailIMBattery TypeCapacity
PlacementStandbyMusic PlayTalk Time