IPhone X Loses In Download Speeds Against Samsung And Google Devices

IPhone X Loses In Download Speeds Against Samsung And Google Devices

IPhone X Loses In Download Speeds Against Samsung And Google Devices

However, Apple intentionally slowed down the iPhone a modem made by Qualcomm, so they were not faster than the Intel versions.

Faster internet data means that users can load websites and start watching movies more quickly, make crisper video calls and get higher-quality video. The iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus also similar with download speed of 29.4 Mbps and 28.6 Mbps, respectively.

Thus, the company Ookla conducted an analysis which showed that the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 845 and built-in cellular modem LTE X20 superior to the Intel XMM 7360 7480 and that equip the iPhone for AT & T and T-Mobile.

Qualcomm, the renowned manufacturer of mobile processors, stated that the top smartphones on the Android operating system much faster iPhone.

As you can see, Apple's flagship iPhone X was almost 10 megabits-per-second slower than Samsung's S9. The data is clear that the iPhone X is slower than the Galaxy S9 and even Google's Pixel 2 - but is faster than Huawei's latest phones - when it comes to 4G download speed. And in the real world, the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus network speed is more than fine. For more read the full Bloomberg report here. Galaxy S9+ delivered speeds of 38.4 Mbps.

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Huawei Technologies Co.'s Mate 10 Pro, a phone for the USA market, recorded the slowest average speeds of 22 Mbps, based on a small sample size of 884 phones.

Over a million user-initiated tests confirm smartphones with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform have faster cellular speeds and lower latency than Intel modems on AT&T and T-Mobile.

Ookla's results may play a role in helping customers decide what to buy next year when the industry plans to start offering 5G services, which will be multiple times faster than what's now available.

Chipmaker Qualcomm, meanwhile, put out its take on the numbers today. Companies that are able to provide phones on those networks earlier may grab market share. All this is because Qualcomm and Apple are fighting a bitter war over patents and royalties and Apple reportedly wants to use fewer components from Qualcomm.

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