How Speed BlackBerry Z10 vs Galaxy S III vs iPhone 5 Browser

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BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins said that phones with the operating system BlackBerry 10 will provide fast internet surfing experience. The promise was proved after the browser application (browser) BlackBerry 10 tested

Site MobileBurn browser speed test on BlackBerry 10 phones BlackBerry Z10, and then compare it with Safari on the Apple iPhone 5, Android default browser on the Samsung Galaxy S III, and Internet Explorer 8 in Windows Phone devices from Samsung Ativ Odyssey.

The first trial conducted with the application of a popular Browsermark gauge used to test the speed of the browser. If the number is higher test results, the performance is better.

- Default BlackBerry Browser on BlackBerry Z10: 2.383
- Android default browser on the Galaxy S III: 2.366
- Internet Explorer in Windows Phone at Ativ Odyssey: 1.780
- Safari in iOS on the iPhone 5: 1.448

Please remeber, the browser performance is affected by the hardware components of the phone, especially the processor. BlackBerry Z10 powered by a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 processor speed of 1.5 GHz. While the Galaxy S III uses quad-core Samsung Exynos 4412 1.4 GHz speed.

Although the BlackBerry browser so Z10 is the fastest, but the performance was not qualified to handle JavaScript. It gets a bad score gauges the application SunSpider. If the number of test results is lower, then the better the performance for JavaScript.

- Safari in iOS on the iPhone 5: 916.4 ms
- Android default browser on the Galaxy S III: 1.054,5 ms
- Internet Explorer in Windows Phone at Ativ Odyssey: 1.506,4 ms
- Default BlackBerry Browser on BlackBerry Z10: 1.963,4 ms

Unlike the old BlackBerry browser on the phone, surfing the internet on BlackBerry Z10 looks smooth and responsive. You can pinch the screen to zoom in and zoom out.

In addition, there are also choices Reader mode which only displays text and a few images to load the web page. Reader mode uses compression technology that save the use of internet bandwidths.

Watch the video below for the full results of the test performance of the BlackBerry browser 10:

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