HTC EVO 4G VS HTC HD2 specs compared HD2 faster
As we know HTC Corporation and Wireless carrier Sprint recently announced the launch of the first WiMAX enabled handset which is powered by Google’s Android operating system the HTC EVO 4G.
There are now some more details on the specifications, the newer phone seems somehow to be an Android based HD2, although it is actually a little more different than the handset powered by Microsoft’s Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.
The EVO 4G is 2mm wider and also thicker though it is 1mm shorter than the Windows Mobile based HD2 and it also weighs 13 grams more. The Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU has been clocked at 1GHz on both handsets but has a newer chip version on the EVO 4G.
The Ram on the handset is also different 512MB on the WiMAX phone and 567MB on the other. There are other differences the camera on the EVO is 8MP and 5MP on the HD2. The connectivity has differences also not only due to the standards supported by the phones HSPA+ vs. CDMA / WiMAX but also the transfer rates they support. Source – news.softpedia.com via pocketnow.com