iPhones 12 fail 5G speed test, beating Android competitors

Analyst company Opensignal conducted a study in the United States to find out the download speed of data in 5G/4G networks for various smartphones. The testing was also attended by smartphones of the iPhone 12 family, which became the first Apple gadgets with 5G support.

As it turned out, the first pancake became a lump, because the iPhone 12 did not even enter the TOP-2 smartphones. So, the iPhone 12 Pro has a speed of 36.9 Mbps, the iPhone 12 Pro Max – 36.2 Mbps, and the iPhone 12 – 29.6 Mbps.

At the same time, only Android models are in the TOP of the so-called Opensignal rating. The first line is occupied by Samsung Galaxy S21 5G with a score of 56.0 Mbps. In general, Samsung devices took 15 places out of 25 tightly. Also in the list are OnePlus, LG, TCL, Motorola and Google gadgets. On the last line is LG Velvet 5G with a result of 37.8 Mbps.

By the way, all models use Qualcomm 5G modems with mmWave support, so the difference in the results most likely lies in the design of the radio components.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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