Two Android smartphones surpass Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max in download speeds

In a number of tests, the iPhone 14 Pro Max took the top spot for fastest download speeds when it debuted last fall, beating out Samsung’s Galaxy S22 smartphone. However, you may be surprised to learn that according to a most recent report, two Android devices have surpassed the iPhone 14 Pro Max in terms of download speed.

Ookla has released its most recent mobile performance report, which compares the major US carriers based on download and upload speeds, consistency and other factors. Another intriguing comparison in the test is the download/upload speeds and latency of the most popular mobile phones in the United States in the fourth quarter.

Two Android smartphones surpass Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max in download speeds

The iPhone 14 Pro Max held the speed crown in the third quarter with download speeds of 147 Mbps and upload speeds of 17 Mbps, but new research from Ookla has turned the tables.

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In the latest report, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 takes the top spot with an average download speed of 147.24 Mbps, followed by Google’s Pixel 7 Pro with 137.11 Mbps. Iphone 14 Pro Max came third with a speed of 133.84 Mbps, followed by the 14 Pro with 130.14 Mbps. The Pixel 7 Pro dominated both upload speed and latency with 15.53 Mbps for upload and 50 ms latency.

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In another interesting finding, Samsung devices had the highest average download speed of about 7 Mbps as opposed to all iPhones,

The most intriguing aspect of the iPhone 14 Pro Max losing its title for fastest download speeds is that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 won with the same performance as in Q3. The iPhone 14 Pro Max’s average download speed dropped from 147 to 133 Mbps, pushing the Fold 4 and Pixel 7 Pro up two positions. Additionally, between Q3 and Q4, it’s possible that more 14 Pro Max iPhones reached customers in locations with poorer carrier service, which could impact media download speeds.

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Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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