Opensignal today has a released a rather interesting report which involved three biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world: Samsung, Huawei, and Apple. The new report mainly talked about the capabilities of phones made by these brands using data that the company has gathered from 73 countries all over the world including Malaysia.
One of the key points in the report is the download speed of phones that were made by these three brands. In Malaysia, it turns out that Samsung users were experiencing better download speed when compared to users using devices from Huawei and Apple.
According to data that Opensignal collected from 1 April to 30 June 2019, the download speed that was experienced by Samsung users in Malaysia is listed as 16 Mbps. Huawei’s download speed on another hand is said to be 15 Mbps while Apple is trailing behind the two brands at 13 Mbps.
This is apparently a normal trend in many countries throughout the world. Even Samsung users in the United States were experiencing better download speed than Apple users which is rather interesting given the dominant position that the Cupertino company has over there.
In the same report, Opensignal has also pointed out that high-tier phones in Malaysia have an average download speed of 19.9 Mbps. This is noticeably higher than mid-tier and low-tier phones which were listed at 13.8 Mbps and 12.3 Mbps.
If you are up for more statistics regarding the differences of mobile network capabilities within smartphones, check out the full report at Opensignal’s official website.