Samsung can not boast only having one of the smartphones with the best screen, processor and photographic section, but also has the privilege of having the fastest devices when navigating through cyberspace. Now a report has come to light from Ookla, the well-known wireless analysis company, which arrives to confirm what Samsung already announced at the time, that the Samsung Galaxy S9 It is the fastest mobile to surf the Internet.
This report refers to both download and upload speeds of the device, which makes it ideal to take advantage of new cloud-based services.
According to Ookla, the Samsung Galaxy S9 exceeds on average up to 42% to all its rivals when there are downloads or massive data uploads. This smartphone has a category 18 4G LTE modem both in its version with Exynos 9810 and in which it integrates the Snapdragon 845, which makes it achieve download speeds of up to 1.2 Gbps.
If you look at the S9’s biggest rival, the iPhone X, the Koreans’ proposal would take ten minutes less to download a season of ten television shows, since it is capable of downloading 8 GB of data in just over 26 minutes. fast enough when connected to a network.
Keep in mind that here the models with greater storage capacity are the most benefited, as they allow us to store a greater amount of content, something that is also benefited by the UFS 2.1 technology used by the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus and that reaches peaks of 780 MB / s in reading and 200 MB / s in writing.
So, if we are the ones who take full advantage of new streaming platforms such as Netflix, HBO or Amazon Prime, the Galaxy S9 will be the fastest mobile to navigate through them and download or stream their content.
This report does not mention the results of other smartphones that integrate the Snapdragon 845, since it would be interesting to compare to find out to what extent the rest of the phone hardware and the optimization of the operating system contribute to these results.
We remind you that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus handle screens Super AMOLED of 5.8 and 6.2 inches with QHD + resolution of 2960 x 1440 pixels , they integrate the aforementioned Exynos 9810 and SD 845 chipset and arrive with storages that start from the 64 GB up to 256 GB expandable by Micro-SD.
The RAM memory of the Galaxy S9 is 4GB and that of the S9 Plus is 6 GB , and both have a rear camera with variable aperture. The batteries of these devices are 3000 and 3500 mAh for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus respectively and both worked under Android 8.0 Oreo with the custom interface Samsung Experience 9.0.