The Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus are the fastest mobile phones ever, according to a new study by wireless analytics company Ookla. The company's latest speed test shows that Samsung's flagship Android phones are up to 42 percent faster than any other competitor in terms of downloading and streaming content from the World Wide Web. The CAT 18 4G LTE modem found in the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus was highlighted as the main reason for the Galaxy S9's historic test results as both devices support speeds up to 1.2 Gbps.
Compared to Apple's iPhone X, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus can save consumers ten minutes while downloading a ten-episode TV show season and accepting 8GB of data in just over 26 minutes, Ookla claims , Ookla's new test highlights Samsung's earlier claims about the Internet performance of its new flagship Android devices, which were also reiterated by T-Mobile, while mobile operators broke world records in March and used the Galaxy S9 product line as the ultimate solution for users the latest developments in wireless. Samsung now wants to push this point with a new "Moving On" commercial that will be released later this week. It will be delivered in the form of a short retelling of the challenges faced by a woman with mobile networks, which – unsurprisingly – will eventually lead them to it. (19659002) The Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus will celebrate their two-month anniversary of commercial availability tomorrow, after Samsung recently launched the first sales was satisfied, although the South Korean technology giant has not attached any concrete figures to these claims. In addition to the latest chips and record-breaking Internet speeds, the two flagships are also being promoted as the ultimate mobile photography tools, among other things because of their variable bezels, which make the most of all lighting conditions and motifs.