Carga lenta de la aplicación HTML5 en Android

I am writing an HTML5 browser application. My app is about 80Kb at the moment, including html file, js files, css, jquery, etc. About 9 files are downloaded.

The thing that confuses me is that I can load the application up in the stock browser on a IDEOS X5 and it takes 30 seconds to load.

I can load the same application up in the stock browser on a samsung S2 and it loads up in less than a second.

They are both loading the same amount of data from the same server, over the same wifi connection so why so much difference? One is a dual core phone, and one a single core phone, but I wouldn't expect that to affect it that much.


It was suggested that different versions of Android could cause this problem, but the devices are running similar versions of Android,

Samsung - 2.3.4
IDEOS - 2.3.5

But could there be a bug in the IDEOS browser? Having said that I did notice that the same slow page loading occured in opera mobile on the IDEOS.

preguntado el 01 de febrero de 12 a las 03:02

its often a big difference when things can be processed concurrently....and browsers usually have pretty multi threaded scheme -

What's a big difference? Multicore? -

ya, but just saw that its 30 seconds vs under 1 that really shouldnt matter =P -

Please clarify what you mean. Are you saying that the difference is too great for it to be a multicore vs single core thing? -

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Unless your running a different OS on the IDEOS X5, its default is Android 2.2. Whereas the SGS is on Android 2.3.7, soon to be 4.0.3.

I bet thats the problem. An outdated browser that doesn't have proper HTML5 handling.

Respondido 01 Feb 12, 08:02

I had some thoughts like that myself, but the IDEOS X5 is running 2.3.5. I installed the update. The Samsung is running 2.3.4. I'll update the question around your thoughts. - peter

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