If you expect the highest speeds for mobile Internet for the iPhone X and other flagship smartphones from Apple Inc., you will not like these results.
Apple's iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and $ 1,000 iPhone X follow Laut's data from Ookla LLC, a company that offers the most popular online service for measuring the speed of an Internet connection with its Speedtest app and website. The latest smartphones from Samsung Electronics Co and Alphabet Inc. are Google in download speeds.
Faster Internet data means that users can load websites and watch movies faster, make sharper video calls, and receive higher-quality videos.
As smartphones are more similar, mobile phone manufacturers are attempting to cover hardware features
Samsung has marketed the issue to Apple with commercials highlighting the mobile Internet's slower pace in its recent TV commercials.
Ookla's data is important because it's created by users-not in a corporate lab-and the range of random real-world conditions that affect performance, such as cell tower removal and network congestion.
Ookla said it hosts millions of tests a day and has
Of course, it may be difficult for users to spot the differences between page load times on a smartphone.
However, it is easier to detect the quality of the video, how long it takes to pull up a song and how long it takes to send an e-mail.
Web speeds are not the only important speed measure. Apple's main processors, which control the speed of launching apps, roaming PDFs, and loading games, are often considered the industry's fastest.
"With both LTE Advanced Speed and Apple's Special Design A1
The slower loading times have not hurt the iPhone noticeably against its competitors. It's one of the world's top rated smartphones, with the latest models constantly outperforming the competition.
Apple sold more than 216 million iPhones last year and was even able to grow this year given the strong interest in new larger and cheaper iPhones. Models were planned to be released later this year.
Samsung was the largest smartphone maker in the world last year, shipping more than 317 million units, according to research analyst International Data Corp.
The speed test data, reviewed by Bloomberg, shows that Samsung's Galaxy S9 devices had an average download speed of 38.9 megabits per second (Mbps) – based on about 102,000 tests in the last three months.
The larger model, the S9 +, delivered speeds of 38.4 Mbps, with a sample size of approximately 169,000 telephone lines.
The iPhone X on average downloaded data at 29.7 Mbps, based on about 603,000 tests. The iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone 8 were just behind with speeds of 29.4 Mbit / s and 28.6 Mbit / s.
Google's Pixel 2 XL delivered a speed of 33.9 Mbps and the smaller Pixel 2 a speed of 34.4 Mbps.
Huawei Technologies Co's (華為) Mate 10 Pro, a device for the US market, recorded the slowest average speeds of 22 Mbps, based on a small sample size of 884 smartphones.