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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mostly Harmless, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. Mostly Harmless

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    Thats about the same results as my testing yesterday. Except I didn't clear the cache on both devices and I actually disabled Flash on my Nex.
     
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    well, in reality web pages are not 100% javascript are they? Testing with real sites is much more accurate than with synthetic benchmarks, which will give much more information to phone makers (especially Apple, you have to make something better, soon!) than to end users
     
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