Android 2.2 Froyo kills iPhone 4 with iOS 4 in JavaScript Test

A test to Javascript performance across mobile operating systems Android 2.2 Froyo and iPhone 4 with iOS 4 are now available, and the results aren't looking good on the Apple side."SunSpider results were almost 2x slower on Safari for iPhone 4 when compared to Froyo's web browser on a Nexus One, and V8 results were […]

A test to Javascript performance across mobile operating systems Android 2.2 Froyo and iPhone 4 with iOS 4 are now available, and the results aren't looking good on the Apple side.

"SunSpider results were almost 2x slower on Safari for iPhone 4 when compared to Froyo's web browser on a Nexus One, and V8 results were over 4x better on Google's offering. They chalk this up to a JIT update and optimizations included in Froyo, but the results are even more striking when considering the handsets used to conduct the tests," reports Ars..

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