Android 2.2 Browser Faster Than Apple iOS 4

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It is official. The Google Android 2.2 has outperformed the browsing performance on any Apple iOS device, in new JavaScript bench tests performed by Ars Technica.

Google’s 2.2 operating system, codenamed Froyo, beat the iOS 4 in both Sunspider and V8 benchmarks. The boost in speed is being attributed to the Android’s combination of the new just in time (JIT) compiler and V8 JavaScript engine. 
Ars Technica conducted the tests on a Nexus One to measure the extent of JavaScript performance improvements. It showed that JavaScript’s performance in the Froyo’s Web browser is almost three times faster than in the previous version of the platform. 
When compared with the iOS 4 platform, the Android 2.2 came out nearly three times faster than the iOS in the V8 benchmark (287 against 67), and in Sunspider, the Android was twice as fast as the Apple, managing a speed of 5795.2 milliseconds against Apple’s 10902.1 milliseconds.
Google started pushing out Froyo to Nexus One owners last week, but the over the air (OTA) download for Australian handsets, which currently run 2.1 firmware is said to vary according to the carrier and manufacturer.
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