Huawei Mate 9 is an old flagship device of the company with a high-end feature and was launched in 2016. But recently various Chinese users posted that they are facing some internet speed detection issues in Huawei Mate 9 smartphone.
According to the latest information by users, the Huawei Mate 9 smartphone has some bugs related to internet speed detection what exactly happens is, when using the Mate 9 to detect the Smart Life’s internet speed, the actual speed is inconsistent in displaying the speed indicator.
The Smart Life detects that the network speed from the mobile phone to the router is 300mbps, which is almost the same as the theoretical rate of 433 Mbps for the Mate 9 mobile phone.
However, the real-time network speed display rate of the mobile taskbar is 106MB, which is clearly a bug and cannot reach the theoretical rate of the Mate 9 mobile phone. The router next to it is the Ax3 Pro.
Where some users commented that such an issue is normal according to them, the unit of your speed measurement interface and the unit displayed on the top of the phone are actually incompatible. The typical conversion is 1M/s = 8Mbps.
Furthermore, the users also described that this caused the display on the top of the phone to speed up too much so it looks like the problem still exists. But one more thing to note is that the speed displayed is actually the sum of upload and download, so reaching this level of 100M/s per second is not impossible.
The WiFi AX3 is powered by a quad-core GigaHome processor clocked at 1.4GHz, which is better than the dual-core processors used in WiFi routers at the same cost with the Gigahome processor, the WiFi AX3 can deliver theoretical speeds of up to 3000 Mbps.