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May 8th, 2012, 22:45
Originally Posted by DArtagnan View Post
Please provide both proof and an objective definition of "efficient mobile OS".
Efficiency as in the number of CPU cycles and resident memory needed to accomplish a task. A great example is the scrolling, in which the heavy use of Javascript for user interfaces on Android - bytecode will ALWAYS be slower than native compiled code. Always. Period.

Here is the classic example:
https://plus.google.com/100838276097…ts/VDkV9XaJRGS

What I am NOT talking about is the subjective 'user experience'. I personally love Android and use it as my main phone. BTW … the Galaxy S2 is growing on me in spite of the quirks remaining … but I still would choose the Droid 4 ten times out of ten

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