Samsung smartphones have on average higher real mobile Internet speed than Huawei and Apple. This follows from the report of the company OpenSignal, which compared 40 regions and “tens” devices.
The largest peak download speed observed in South Korea of 70.4 Mbps, followed by Canada from 67.1 Mbps and Singapore from 65.4 Mbps.
Samsung were the leaders in speed in 14 countries, including Russia. The largest average speed is observed in Norway — 12 Mbps.
Smartphones Apple — only seven, including record of the UAE from 14.7 Mbit/s, but Huawei did not differ in any region. There are also two dozen countries, where a single winner is not determined.
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