When comparing the three phones in loading a webpage over Wi-Fi,
the Nexus One loaded first, the iPhone 3GS came in a few seconds
later, and the Droid came in a little while after that. This was
constant throughout many webpage loads, so it’s indicative of
something going on inside with the hardware.
quantifiable numbers, and while the results were similar between
the Nexus One and the iPhone 3GS, the Droid still came up at about
60% of the other two. Surprisingly enough, Mobile Safari on the
even though the Nexus was able to pull down and render actual web
Unfortunately, it sounds like you’re going to need to cross your
fingers (or pull out that eBay emergency stash) to get one out of
the gate, because we’ve got some intel here suggesting that it’ll
be available only by “invitation” at first. Our tipster doesn’t
have information on how those invites are going to be determined,
other than the fact that it’s Google doing the inviting.