How do I know if my iPhone 4 is GSM or CDMA?

How do I know if my iPhone 4 is GSM or CDMA?

One simple way to externally identify the iPhone 4 models, as well as all other iPhone models, is by the Model Number printed in small type on the back of the phone. The model number printed on the back of the GSM-equipped iPhone 4 models is A1332 and the model number on the back of the CDMA-equipped iPhone 4 is A1349.

What does LTE CDMA mean?

CDMA is a set of protocols used in 2G and 2G mobile communication networks. LTE is a protocol used in 4G broadband technology and has high-speed data access. CDMA is a set of protocols for 2G/3G wireless communication. LTE is now-a-day, a de-facto standard for 4G High-Speed wireless communication.

Is an iPhone GSM or CDMA?

All iPhone 7 models include a GSM modem and should work on any GSM based network as long as they are not carrier locked. Some iPhone models (e.g. A1778 and A1784 sold in the USA for AT and T-Mobile) do not have any CDMA capability, but they all have GSM modems. Thanks for the help.

What’s the difference between a GSM and CDMA iPhone 4?

For the US market it was tied up with the carrier AT. CDMA iPhone 4. The CDMA iPhone 4 has the same features as GSM iPhone 4, the differentiation is the network support.

Are there any cell phones that support both GSM and CDMA?

Many phone companies are also making phones that support CDMA, GSM, LTE on most bands. iPhones 6 and beyond, Google Pixels, Samsung S7s, and beyond. As WhistleOut states that US Mobile supports both GSM and CDMA devices with their Super LTE and GSM sim card. What you NEED to know about CDMA vs. GSM vs. LTE Call Quality on CDMA vs. GSM

What does CDMA stand for on a cell phone?

CDMA stands for Code Division Multiple Access. Phones using this technology usually don’t use a SIM card since it is built in. Is Verizon CDMA or GSM? Verizon wireless typically uses CDMA phones, but sells phones that can use both GSM and CDMA.

Which is the GSM version of iPhone 4?

The GSM iPhone 4 is the first edition iPhone 4, designed for global market, which supports the 3G networks working on UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz) and 2G networks GSM and EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz).

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