Following on from our article yesterday which informed you about the interesting benchmark browser speed tests between two heavyweight handsets in the Nexus One and iPhone 4, we now have the direct videos to show you, letting you see the speed comparison for yourself.
We feel that you definitely need to check the videos out, as the results shown yesterday were not as one-sided as they were first reported. We told you how the Nexus One running Android 2.2 Froyo was the clear winner in terms of overall web browsing speed, but actually – the speed comparisons with the iPhone running iOS 4 are quite similar.
We have two videos to show you: The first video compares speed tests with the iPhone 4 and the Nexus One running Flash 10.1, and the second shows the results without Flash installed. Speed tests are conducted on a variety of sites, showing you the actual performance gaps between the two handsets and the difference when Flash is installed or not.
As you can see from the results, there isn’t too much to tell the two handsets apart, so you may want to re-think that the iPhone 4 is far worse than Google’s Nexus One – this is clearly not the case.
Watch the videos courtesy of Engadget and let us know what you think.
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