Apple iPhone 15/Pro dominates “list of fastest 5G phones” in the US

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OOKLA, the company behind the popular speed test software SpeedTest service, today released the U.S. Speedtest 5G device network report, which shows that Apple’s iPhone 15/Pro series mobile phones dominate 5G devices in the United States.

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The equipment ranking is as follows:

  • Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max

  • Apple iPhone 15 Plus

  • Apple iPhone 15 Pro

  • Apple iPhone 15

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5

  • Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5

  • Apple iPhone 14 Pro

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

  • Apple iPhone 14 Plus

  • Apple iPhone 14

It is reported that all the top five mobile phones use the Snapdragon X70 5G modem chip . Among them, the iPhone 15 Pro Max has a median 5G downlink speed of 285.02Mbps and a median 5G uplink speed of 18.26Mbps, ranking first in the United States. Top of the list.

The average downlink speeds of iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro in the United States are 275.48Mbps and 268.99Mbps respectively. The 5G downlink speed of iPhone 15 is 249.30Mbps, ranking fourth.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 ranked fifth, with a 5G downlink speed of 231.56Mbps.

Last year’s iPhone 14 Pro Max ranked sixth, equipped with the Snapdragon X65 5G modem chip, and the median 5G downlink speed was 220.5Mbps.

Galaxy Z Flip 5 ranked seventh, achieving a median 5G downlink speed of 219.17Mbps.


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