There’s no doubt about the fact that we love our benchmark tests around here. We see them as great ways to get a feel for the competition, even if those benchmarks are normally Android vs Android. Thanks to Ars Technica, we finally get to see what a real fight is: Apple’s iPhone 4 versus a Nexus One. Or, more accurately, Apple’s movile Operating System iOS4, versus Google’s Android 2.2, or Froyo. They performed two tests: SunSpider and V8, both of which are javascript benchmarks. Despite the results, which you can clearly see below in the graphic, we’re sure there’s still going to be plenty of people out there who still try to fight them.

The result of this battle was pretty intense. Froyo is almost two times faster when tested on SunSpider, and three times faster than iOS 4 in the V8 testing. Of course, this goes right in line with what Google showcased at this year’s Google I/O conference.

[via IntoMobile]