iOS 4 vs Android Froyo (2.2), browser vs browser

This morning, Richard Lai of Engadget put up a side by side browser speed test between the Nexus One running Android 2.2 (Froyo) and the iPhone 4 running iOS 4. The browser speed test is not based off the same JavaScript tests that Google showed off at I/O which is right now by far the fastest. Instead, it showed the 2 browsers rendering web pages on the same WiFi side by side. The speed tests are not scientifically conclusive, in-fact, if anything, it shows that Android and iOS are pretty far ahead of the pack as far as full featured and fast mobile browsers go. In the first video, the Nexus One is also rendering full Flash on webpages via the Flash 10.1 browser plug-in. In the second video, Richard Lai turned Flash off on Android and showed the 2 browsers side by side with a more accurate relativity since the iPhone doesn’t load any Flash. Some pretty impressive results on both sides. Have a look! Check out both videos after the break…


Test 1 with Flash running in the Android browser.


Test 2 with Flash turned off in the Android browser.

[Via Engadget]

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About Daniel Rodriguez
I am 22 years old, I am a little bit new to writing but I love it and I am addicted to gadgets, whether it be Phones, PC's, OS's. Software. I love it all!

One Response to iOS 4 vs Android Froyo (2.2), browser vs browser

  1. ilham says:

    andriod will be the winner

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