Published: Thu, October 04, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Galaxy Note 9 Bundle Now $264 Off

Galaxy Note 9 Bundle Now $264 Off

In the first lap, the iPhone XS Max took 1 minute 49 seconds, while the Galaxy Note 9 was significantly slower at 2 minutes and 11 seconds. The review suggests that Apple has made some noticeable improvements with this year's iPhone range but not enough to topple Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 hardware from the top of the smartphone hierarchy.

The new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max has emerged faster than the iPhone X in LTE speed tests conducted by Cellular Insights and Ookla. Hardware tests were done using the Rohde & Schwarz measurement equipment while real-world LTE tests were based on Ookla's crowdsourced Speedtest Intelligence database.

The results aren't really surprising, because 4×4 MIMO has been proven in other devices to show a significant real-world improvement in LTE speeds. Thanks to the 4×4 MIMO antennas, the iPhone XS Max LTE speed is double that of the iPhone X.

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The test results again exhibit interesting results in that while the Note 9 and Pixel 2 have an outright edge over the iPhone duo, the difference in speeds seem to get narrower as signal strength tends to get weaker.

Amazon is now running a special offer on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. In Canada, the average download speed jumped by 20.2Mbps compared to iPhone X. Telus witnessed the biggest jump of almost 32Mbps. The reason is simple as the same channel is used by Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile. Apple has improved performance and stability, even on older devices, with the iOS 12. Speedtest Intelligence shows a 9.9Mbps jump from the iPhone 7 in the U.S., and a 31.6Mbps jump in Canada. This should not be surprising since the Note 9 comes with twice the amount of RAM as the iPhone XS Max here: 8GB vs 4GB. In the United States, the Galaxy Note 9 shows mean LTE download speeds of 43.2Mbps to the iPhone's 38.9Mbps for the week of September 24.

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