Tests show Android 2.2's Javascript engine runs rings around the iPhone

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    Tests show Android 2.2's Javascript engine runs rings around the iPhone

    Posted on Wednesday, Jul 7, 2010 by Phil Nickinson




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    Google made a pretty big splash at its Google IO conference when it said the browser on Android 2.2 is the world's fastest. And Ars Technica has done some legwork that backs up that claim. In the chart above, you can clearly see Froyo on the Nexus One beats the radio signal out of iOS on the iPhone 4 in SunSpider and V8 benchmarks. So while you're taunting your iPhone-using friends by, oh, actually using your phone in front of them, show 'em this chart while you're at it.



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    I read that article earlier and running rings around it is in understatement. It utterly trounces it.
     
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