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Friday, 9 September 2016

The iPhone still not to the level Height Coverage

Following the presentation of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus yesterday, many are haters who are attacking Apple for its new devices. The double 'speaker' including and the 'false' resistance to water and dust have blown alarms. A new independent study says that the previous batch iPhone, the iPhone 6s, 6s iPhone iPhone Plus and SE do not measure up in terms of coverage is concerned.

A study by the Nordic Council of Ministers of Denmark, the Apple iPhone does not have as much signal strength as could be expected. The independent study evaluated 26 existing terminals in the Scandinavian region in terms of voice and data. The results show that as few exceptions, the iPhone are more likely to manifest signal problems that high - end mobile signature Samsung.

The researchers showed greater interest in GSM and LTE bands, the most popular and used in the European region, meaning that it should not apply the results to all areas of the planet. However, the difference between the test with better and worse signal. The terminal has been tested in open spaces and subjects with one hand (left and right). These are the results:

As you can see, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S7 are maintained in the first third of the list, while iPhone 6, iPhone 6s, 6s iPhone iPhone Plus and SE are located in the lower areas of the table. Fortunately, the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will not be a problem for now.

Huawei will be innovated with double camera in collaboration with Leica, but has seen its coverage down while have placed on the bottom side of the table in this Danish study. Meanwhile, the new flagship of HTC and LG did not do very well, reaching half of table down.

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