A little while back Google boldly claimed
that Froyo would have the world's fastest mobile browser, but the lack of final software back then meant we'd had to tie up our itchy hands until now
. And boy, it sure looks like it was worth the wait -- Ars Technica's
Safari by at least two-fold. That said, numbers alone don't always reflect real-life performance -- especially with Froyo supporting iPhone's much-missed Flash
-- so we went ahead and conducted our own browser speed test. Read on for our videos and results after the jump.
for those who were concerned about the battery affecting the Nexus One's performance, we did use Android System Info
to verify that the CPU was still clocked at 1GHz. We were also able to reproduce the same results with a full battery. Either way, it's still a win for Android.