The Sunspider score of 2221 is impressive compared to the GSII's (probably the current fastest Android phone) score of ~4000, almost twice as long. Nicely done.
What I'd like to see though is a quicker way of using tabbed browsing, I'm sure the dual core can put up with it just fine as third party browsers already do this on single cores. The scores are impressive, but they also show that both cores aren't used fully on single pages, so they could be used for faster multiple pages.
Originally Posted by Shrike
(Unless BrowserMark is actually efficiently multithreaded, which I don't think it is).
Most of that is down to the browser, I think. Like on desktops, different browsers are better at using multiple cores, Chrome always seems to improve scores most with core counts (to a point, of course).