Originally Posted by crainger
Well maybe something to look forward to now HTML5 is starting to come out on top.
Well I ran HTML5 benchmark on all latest browsers tested all HTML5 features to see how well it performed and are they ready for HTML5? If Apple are happy that Adobe discontinued Flash development on mobile and focus on HTML5 then Apple are wrong as I found out Safari on iOS came out as the worst performance, they cant handled HTML5 very well.
Here the results:
Firefox 8 32bit Score: 2147 Total CPU Time: 175.00s, Total Lag: 475ms
Firefox Nightly build 11.0a1 32bit Score: 2295 Total CPU Time: 173.07s, Total Lag: 198ms
Firefox Nightly build 11.0a1 64bit Score: 2039 Total CPU Time: 158.38s, Total Lag: 924ms
itouch 4G iOS 5 Safari Score: 1667 Total CPU Time: 215.97s, Total Lag: 1350ms
Samsung Galaxy S2 Android 2.3.4 Firefox 8 Score: 2258 Total CPU Time: 143.14s, Total Lag: 645ms
Google Chrome 15.0.874.120 m 32bit Score: 4172 Total CPU Time: 24.48s, Total Lag: 832ms
Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 32bit Score: 7120 Total CPU Time: 18.04s, Total Lag: 61ms
Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 64bit Score: 5575 Total CPU Time: 30.01s, Total Lag: 61ms
I am very surprised that the nightly, desktop and mobile Firefox peformed about the same but the latest nightly 64bit build is faster in CPU time so dual core Exynos at 1.2GHz had about the same peformance as Phenom II X4 940 at 3GHz. So far Chrome, Internet Explorer 9 both 32 and 64 bit are ready for HTML5 take off.
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