Video of HTC EVO 4G vs HTC HD2 and Nexus One


Here’s video shot by Pocketnow last night in NYC during the HTC EVO 4G launch event. You’ll see the EVO 4G compared to the Windows Mobile powered HTC HD2 and the Google Nexus One (running the HTC Desire Rom). The first thing you will notice is that there doesn’t seem to be a whole of difference between the HD2 and EVO 4G and unfortunately we won’t be able to check out the camera’s 720P capabilities before the first reviews show up later this month. The second thing is the contrast of the AMOLED screen of the Nexus One compared the two other handsets. One thing to keep in mind is that all three devices have exactly the same internals (same SnapDragon Chipset, Ram,etc) so the overall performance should be nearly identical. Check out the full video below:

Source: Pocketnow

  • p3ngwin

    “One thing to keep in mind is that all three devices have exactly the same internals (same SnapDragon Chipset, Ram,etc) so the overall performance should be nearly identical.”

    totally different operating system between Android and Windows mobile 6.x.x, also different RAM:
    -evo–=512mb RAM/1,024MB ROM
    -nexus=512mb RAM/512mb ROM
    -HD2–=448MB RAM/512 MB ROM

  • p3ngwin

    “One thing to keep in mind is that all three devices have exactly the same internals (same SnapDragon Chipset, Ram,etc) so the overall performance should be nearly identical.”

    totally different operating system between Android and Windows mobile 6.x.x, also different RAM:
    -evo–=512mb RAM/1,024MB ROM
    -nexus=512mb RAM/512mb ROM
    -HD2–=448MB RAM/512 MB ROM

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com/tips-contact/ M. Daou

    Was talking about the hardware not OS :)
    The HD2 (US version) has 576MB of Ram and 1Gb of Rom. So all in all they have basically the same base chassis.

  • http://www.mobiletechworld.com/tips-contact/ M. Daou

    Was talking about the hardware not OS :)
    The HD2 (US version) has 576MB of Ram and 1Gb of Rom. So all in all they have basically the same base chassis.