Acid 3 and Mobile browsers

The other day as I was watching the new Blackberry browser demo from the World Mobile Congress, I saw something that astounded me: The Acid 3 test. I hadn’t thought of how mobile browsers did with this test before. Never even crossed my mind. But now it had, and my curiosity was piqued.

So I tested out the browsers on my wimpy TreoPro. Surprisingly, my default (the excellent Iris Browser, aka the new Blackberry browser) had a perfect score! Then came Skyfire (52/100) and IE (I couldn’t tell if the test even started.) I have also downloaded Opera 10 Mobile beta and it scored a respectable 97/100.

Unfortunately my resources are limited, so I don’t have results for other devices and their browsers, except for a friend who ran Mobile Chrome on his Droid on Verzion (93/100). If you could test your mobile browser with the Acid 3 test and drop them in the comments, I’ll put together something that we can all use for reference. I’m not just looking for smartphone browsers like Mobile Safari. I want feature phone browser results too.