Sprint is pulling a HTC EVO 3D flattering tough on a selling front, heralding it as their flagship Android. While during a same time, Verizon has a Motorola Droid Bionic that Motorola has apparently hold behind for “enhancements” that are now usually leaking.
While we can’t go wrong with purchasing either, PopHerald has left forward and prepared a really accessible infographic that puts both Android smartphones opposite each, specs contra specs, and allows for a visible illustration of what any smartphone has to offer. Skip to a bottom to check it out for a obvious comparison of both smartphones with interesting graphics (or we can review a complicated content chronicle highlighting a same thing below).
For starters, both Android smartphones container twin core processors, however a HTC EVO 3D has been tweaked to 1.2GHz while a Bionic sits absolutely during 1GHz. When it comes to information speeds, both have their opposite 4G flavors (WiMAX vs LTE). Unalike however is a 4GB inner storage in a HTC Evo 3D contra a 16GB inside a Motorola Droid Bionic, and a Evo 3D make-up twice as most RAM (1GB) over a 512MB for a Bionic.
Jumping to a cameras, a HTC Evo 3D has a 3D able 5-megapixel back camera (Droid Bionic has 2D 8MP camera) and a 1.3-megapixel front camera (0.3-megapixel front for Bionic). While they both import roughly a same, a HTC EVO 3D has a smaller battery (1730mAh vs 1930mAh).
However with both being 4G smartphones, a biggest doubt will be information speeds. If we live in an area with good Verizon 4G LTE coverage, a Motorola Droid Bionic is endorsed after new speed tests showed that a Verizon LTE network is faster than Sprint’s WiMAX. If we however don’t reside in a LTE area, this means squat. Well adequate chatter, check out a infographic below.
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