Sprint’s HTC EVO which was unveiled last week is already said to be upsetting Google’s Nexus One’s position as the top Android. But while comparing the two, it is difficult to determine the winner.
The EVO 4G’s 4.3-inch display beats the Nexus One’s 3.7-inch, but the Nexus is lighter and has a smaller body than the EVO. While the EVO does have a faster connection, the 4G network is available only in 27 U.S cities, and only on Sprint’s network. Both devices have the same hardware: a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and the same Android OS 2.1. Ultimately, a device’s popularity depends on what features a user is looking for.
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