No phones have good antennae. It reveals the test carried out by professor from Aalborg University.
We have become deeply dependent on our smartphones, but one of the basic functions, making calls, will be downsized. It shows a study of antennas on the new smartphones.
The survey was conducted by professor Gert Frølund Pedersen from Aalborg University, and published in its entirety in the Dr’s consumer programme Cash.
Gert Frølund Pedersen has tested a large number of popular phones, and then they’ve got a rating on a scale from A to G, a bit as we know it from the energy labelling on refrigerators, ovens, freezers, etc.
No phones got more than grade C and it is due to the fact that many of the old phones, the pre smartphone era, no longer to be found among the tested phones.
“Many of the old phones, is coping with a’s,” says Gert Frølund Pedersen to our site,
According to Cash is little more of the list dominated by Sony and Samsung, while in many places at the bottom says “iPhone” on the list.
The phone that fared best in the test is Doro Phone Easy 605. But what about the absolute latest new?What about the new iPhone 6S?
Gert Frølund Pedersen has also tested the latest top product from Apple. The new iPhone is, according to the professor was a little worse 6S than its predecessor. The newest iPhone comes in at a 30. space out of the tested phones, and achieves therefore a marking similar to “G”
The test is foretgaet on the older 2 g networks in the 900 MHz frequency, and therefore do not measure performance on different network frequencies used for 3 g and 4 g traffic.