The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been well and truly put through its paces by countless experts and amateurs alike, concluding that the incredible Smartphone well and truly betters all comers when it comes to the web browsing department.
Undergoing the usual benchmark tests, all cases saw the new Nexus coming out on top, leading the pack which included the likes of both the Motorola Droid Razr and the Apple iPhone 4S – which took the second and third spots respectively.
In an nutshell, the test result show that the Nexus is able to render pages faster than all other phones currently leading the market, which is a feat attributed to both a larger processor and the software enhancements provided courtesy of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Generally speaking, the specs of the new Nexus appear on the surface to be somewhat on the modest side and are largely comparable, if not of a slightly lesser to those found in other leading products from manufacturers across the board. However, it would appear that Google have done a rather stunning job of perfecting ICS to deal with increased demands for both browsing and general operational power, optimizing every last scrap of power and potential the Nexus is capable of bringing.
Sadly, the Nexus did not take the title in all tests across the board, losing out to the iPhone 4S in the graphics department.