Ookla: Samsung Galaxy S24 Outperforms iPhone 15 in 5G Speeds

In the race for 5G supremacy, Samsung's latest Galaxy S24 lineup appears to have taken the lead over Apple's iPhone 15, according to a recent report by Ookla.

Ookla, a renowned network performance analyst, conducted tests from February 1 to March 24 across Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, Europe, and North America. The firm compared the 5G performance of the Galaxy S24 lineup and the iPhone 15 smartphones.

The results revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S24 family showed a statistically significant lead for median 5G download speeds in seven out of 15 countries in the study. The iPhone 15 family did manage to take first place for median 5G speed in one country. However, Ookla emphasized that the speed differences between the Galaxy S24 devices and iPhone 15 were relatively minor in some of the countries analyzed.

In the US, the Galaxy S24 devices had a median speed of 34 Mbps faster than the iPhone 15 lineup. In Hong Kong, the iPhone 15 family came in fourth place, with the S24 devices having a median speed of more than 20 Mbps faster. In the U.A.E., the S24 family just beat out the iPhone 15 devices by a mere 9 Mbps. In the UK, Samsung's new smartphones saw a median of 18 Mbps.

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