In this popular smartphone era, everyone has access to the internet – whether it’s for social media, streaming, or even various other tasks. But, does a smartphone afford a good level of speed? With the choice of devices on the market, especially in terms of bidding Android and iOS devices, many would like to know which offers a faster internet access experience.
Most recently, through reports issued by Qualcomm based on data collected through Ookla, it sees Android devices using the Snapdragon 845 chip offering faster internet speeds compared to the speed of the internet on the iPhone.
This statistic is released by Qualcomm based on the millions of users who make Internet speed tests using the popular Ookla platform. Internet speed on devices with Snapdragon 845 is faster because of the presence of the Qualcomm X20 modem. While on the iPhone, Apple uses modems from Intel. Available on a test, it also shows speed using the Snapdragon 845-based Android device offering faster speeds of 192% compared to iPhone phones.
While this test is based on telecommunications plans in the United States – it still shows how great a device is using a Snapdragon 845 chip in the download or upload business – compared to iPhone. So, if you are browsing the web, streaming, uploading, downloading, or performing online tasks and are slow or slow – this means you’re using an iPhone and it may be time to switch to an Android device.