The test was conducted between the Beijing and Shanghai railway routes. The two phones are on the same network using the China Unicom 5G network plan. Also, the network test statistics are recorded simultaneously. The test is conducted twice during this journey including the first and the second half of the distance from the destination.
iPhone 15 Pro scored 45.1Mbps for download and 14.5Mbps for upload. With a maximum downlink of 60.7Mbps and an uplink rate of 23.2mbps. On the other hand, Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus scored 104Mbps and 27.3Mbps for download and upload speed respectively.
Certainly, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus appeared champion in the first test.
The scenario reversed in the second test. Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus reached 22.0Mbps download, and 12.1 upload speed with maximum 30.4Mbps downlink and 18.6Mbps uplink. Meanwhile, the iPhone 15 Pro has recorded 74.4Mbps download and 7.79Mbps uploaded speed.
Here, the iPhone 15 captured the win.
From this perspective, we can say that Apple and Huawei are head-to-head in terms of mobile internet performance. But what about the stability?
The tester said that the iPhone 15 Pro has low stability as compared to the Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus. The Mate 60 phone can stream online video smoothly on the connected network. But in some parts of the journey, the iPhone 15 Pro failed to connect.
Test data from the Cellular-Z app shows that the Huawei Mate 60 Pro not only has higher performance but offers better stability with basically no major fluctuations.
The speed test reflects that both Huawei Mate 60 Pro Plus and iPhone 15 Pro have better internet experience in Bullet Train. However, Huawei holds the advantage of providing a stable connection for an optimum experience.