According to Ookla, Samsung and Apple users in the Philippines can expect their devices to perform at their fastest on the Smart network. Based on Ookla\u2019s analysis of Speedtest Intelligence data for Q2 2021, Samsung and Apple devices in the Philippines are fastest on Smart\u2019s 5G mobile network. Moreover, Samsung and Apple devices in the country are fastest on Smart across all network technologies tested during the same period. Samsung and Apple are the world\u2019s top two smartphone vendors with global sales reaching 253 million units and 199.8 million units, respectively, by end-2020, as reported by international research firm Gartner. Apple and Samsung phones are fastest with Smart In Q2 2021, Samsung devices on the Smart 5G network posted a median download speed of 277.44 Mbps (versus Globe 5G\u2019s 110.26 Mbps) and median upload speed of 29.68 Mbps (versus Globe\u2019s 9.93 Mbps). In the same period, Apple devices on the Smart 5G network posted a median download speed of 208.76 Mbps (versus Globe 5G\u2019s 112.12 Mbps) and median upload speed of 20.25 Mbps (versus Globe 5G\u2019s 8.01 Mbps). On the other hand, Samsung devices were fastest on Smart across all network technologies, posting a median download speed of 28.34 Mbps (versus Globe\u2019s 15.33 Mbps) and median upload speed of 6.45 Mbps (versus Globe\u2019s 3.77 Mbps). Apple devices were also fastest on Smart across all network technologies, with a median download speed of 39.66 Mbps (versus Globe\u2019s 22.23 Mbps) and median upload speed of 6.34 Mbps (versus Globe\u2019s 4.6 Mbps). SEE ALSO: Smart unveils affordable Signature Plan Lite This device report came on the heels of Ookla\u2019s latest report citing Smart\u2019s as the country's fastest 5G network in the Philippines for the first half of 2021. Smart\u2019s level of performance has been enabled by Smart's mobile network, including its 5G network, with more than 4,000 sites nationwide making it the country's first, fastest, and widest 5G network.