Other SunSpider 0.9.1 results

Recently I had the opportunity to run the SunSpider javascript benchmark in some devices with different operating systems, so here are below the results I’ve got.

Samsung Galaxy S – Android 2.3.3: 6305.4 ms

HTC Desire S – Android 2.3.3: 7611.9 ms

HTC 7 Trophy – Windows Phone 7.5: 9590.7 ms

Apparently all this three devices are considerably slower then the A5-powered iPad 2, but none of them is powered by a dual-core processor as the Apple device is, so I was expecting this difference.

Another important fact is that the Windows Phone HTC device is powered by a 1st generation SnapDragon clocked at 1 GHz while the Android HTC device is powered by a 2nd generation SnapDragon clocked at the same speed, so that might be one of the reasons why the WP7.5 device was slower than the Android one.

The Galaxy S was faster than the SnapDragon-powered HTC, but I don’t know if that’s only because of the Samsung Hummingbird SoC or if there is some optimizations Samsung did at the firmware level to enable this faster performance.

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