Sprint Evo 4G Vs Verizon Nexus One – EVO is Clear Winner

By Alan Ng - Mar 24, 2010

Following on our previous article which compared specs between the brand new HTC Sprint EVO 4G and the still unannounced Verizon Nexus One, the information has led us to believe that there is only one winner between the two powerhouse smartphones – the Sprint EVO 4G .

If you head over to Engadget, you can see the useful chart that they have created, displaying key specs for each handset side-by-side.

As we already mentioned, all three phones run Android, while the Nexus One and EVO share similarities with the processor, RAM and resolution. All three handsets have capacitive touchscreens, while the EVO stands out with 4G connectivity, HD video recording, HDMI out and a front facing camera.

Are you now having trouble deciding which handset to buy following the events of CTIA 2010? Juding by the specs of the Sprint EVO 4G, it looks pretty clear that it stands miles above the Nexus One and Droid. Do you agree or not?

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  • android8282

    this is crap, while u think the evo is better, htink about this, the nexus one will be getting froyo update in a few days. which makes the phone 5 times faster and has adobe flash 10. and tons of other suprises that google employees are telling the public. the evo will be stuck on android 2.1 for at least one year before they get an update. and probally wont, because the new froyo update comes with wireless tethering as well, and sprint is charging 30 bucks extra for that. lmao!, u think their gunna update their evo with an update and take away the charging fee of 30 dollars just so u can have it for free with an update???. looke like nexus one is winner!

    • Tom Shadow

      And do you realistically believe that ANY provider is going to be happy with free tethering on their high speed networks?

      If google releases the update I would agree that they might stand a chance of getting the tethering feature. My guess is though that the release will come through Big Red and one feature that will most likely be missing from 2.2 will be built in tethering.

  • jesse

    of course it will play divx natively… it will play almost all formats natively.. this device is the holy grail of devices… the mothership… the phone that will add 5 million new customers to sprints network.. escpecially when the evo pro (physical keyboard) comes out!!!!!

  • Gauss

    Will it have native divx and xvid support? I want something as powerful as tne N900 on that department. It must play anything without re-encoding.

  • Well, if Verizon and Google had gotten their… ships together a month ago I'd be holding my new Nexus One right now and saying, 'ah, well, this is good enough,' but they didn't. So it looks like when my contract is up in June Sprint is gaining a customer. Thank you number portability!
    So stick that up your butt Big Red. (You need a map for that?)

  • Well, if Verizon and Google had gotten their… ships together a month ago I'd be holding my new Nexus One right now and saying, 'ah, well, this is good enough,' but they didn't. So it looks like when my contract is up in June Sprint is gaining a customer. Thank you number portability!
    So stick that up your butt Big Red. (You need a map for that?)