Does the bigger and higher resolution screen of our Droid affect download times, or is that irrelevant?
"Here is a post in the comments section of the full review of the Nexus One on Engadget's site by fatslug
"Hey Engadet if you are going to test a webpage and it's load times how about testing one that follows web standards???
Your website has over 1300 errors on it according to the w3c. If you are going to trash other peoples products for being slow or not loading, maybe it could be because people who DO NOT KNOW HOW to develop webpages are at fault.
Proof in the pudding:
[Invalid] Markup Validation of http://www.engadget.com/ - W3C Markup Validator""
The camera does bother me being slowish, but I changed the resolution to 3mp and tested against the iphone video from phonedog.
The iphone and droid are nearly the same speed, the only difference is that Droid lets you review full screen image before letting you take another picture, the iphone doesn't.
hmm i'm gonna load Engadget when i get home on wifi and 3g. damn wireless G.. why no wireless N in phones yet? I have a 25-30Mb/down and 5-10Mb/up from comcast that would kick bootyhole with Wirless N!