The Galaxy Nexus is the perfect browsing machine, but in terms of graphics, it doesn't come out on top.
Galaxy Nexus users might be having a spot of trouble when it comes to consistency in volume but they're definitely not experiencing any problems when it comes to speed. AnandTech has been busy benchmarking the phone, which has yet to make its U.S. debut, and found that, while the Samsung Galaxy Nexus came out on top for browsing speed, rendering web pages faster than any other phone on the market right now, but the phone lost out to the iPad 2, the iPhone 4S and the Samsung Galaxy S II when it came to graphics.
Apple's iPhone 4S placed second for browsing, with the Motorola Droid RAZR coming in third, and the Galaxy S2 and Droid 3 rounding out the top five. In a second set of browser benchmarks, the Galaxy Nexus retained its crown while spots two through five went to the Droid Razr, the iPhone 4S, the iPhone 4 and the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch, respectively. The top five list for graphics sees the iPad 2 take first place, the iPhone 4S second, the Galaxy S2 third, the Galaxy Nexus fourth, and, last but not least, the Samsung Infuse 4G at number five.