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HTC HD2 And HTC EVO 4G Comparison

By Jason Kana_


The T-Mobile HTC HD2 has a 4.3 inch pixel display based on capacitive touch technology. With a huge screen and full on-display keyboard, typing applications is easy and intuitive. The cell phone shifts-through data at unbelievable speeds based upon the 1 GHz processor present in the unit. Each of the phone’s valuable social networking applications is simple to access. Functions, such as e-mail, browser, messaging and Facebook are all at the disposal of the user. Consumers have not the need to be concerned with adjusting the local time. The cell phone routinely adjusts to display the news, weather, time and other pertinent information of the area.

The phone even has the capability to allow the user to compose an email to a business contact. Right away the user can follow up with a phone call without ever leaving the email screen. Immediately, an icon will display for the calls. This feature is also available in calendar mode and other screens where you may need to dial and view the information simultaneously. Conference calls are also easy with HTC EVO. Just tap the picture of every person that needs to be included in the call and he/she will be connected automatically.

The HTC HD2 has a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and a dual LED flash. The phone captures photos brilliantly. Displaying photos for friends will be a astonishing experience specially when friends become envious of the large touchscreen and clarity that the HTC HD2 provides.


The HTC EVO arrives with Android 2.1 and has a sizeable 4.3 inch high resolution, LCD display. This particular mobile device is the first WiMAX smartphone developed in the United States. This phone, like the T-Mobile HD2, has a 1 GHz processor made to provide amazing response times. The phone has modern features such as a prop or kickstand for viewing television programming or videos. Also, the device features video output to stream videos captured from the phone to the Television. Other notable features include WiFi capabilities, GPS navigation, FM radio, memory card slot, Qik video recording, live streaming video and HD video capture. To finish the list of features the phone also possesses an 8 megapixel camera to capture photos with great detail.

The battery life on the HTC EVO 4G is relatively good, considering it can handle calls, streaming live television, web surfing and texts all on the same battery. Battery life would seem to be the only complaint users have about this phone so users may want to opt-in for extended HTC EVO 4G batteries. The phone also has a display that can be read in direct sunlight, which tends to drain the battery because of the brightness level required to be readable in sunlight. The phone possesses voice to text capability, and based to reviews, the design is amazing.


Battery Life

The battery of T-Mobile HD2 can support up to 380 minutes of talk time on a GSM network and 320 minutes on WCDMA. The power will last up to 490 hours on standby with GSM network and 390 hours with WCDMA network. Utilizing excessive video playback will result in the battery only lasting up to 8 hours so investing in HTC HD2 accessories that increase battery life would be worthwhile. T-Mobile HD2 will provide 12 hours of audio playback.

The battery life of HTC EVO has not been officially released. However, users have commented that their batteries last between 8 and 12 hours while handling multiple calls, text, streaming live television, and web surfing.

Speed and Screen Resolution


Both cellular phones offer comparable speeds with a 1 GHz processor. The processor enables web applications to be loaded in 10 seconds rather than 40 seconds with slower processors.

Screen Resolution

Both the HTC HD2 and the HTC EVO 4G possess a screen resolution of 480×800 WVGA. Both cellular phones seem fairly comparable in this area.


HTC EVO arrives equipped with an 8 megapixel camera that is better-quality than the HTC HD2 5 megapixel camera.


The HTC HD2 and Sprint EVO have many comparable features. However, the applications on the HTC HD2 cater more to the business professional’s life by focusing on conference calls, calendar updates and social networking for business. The HTC EVO, on the other hand seems to focus more on the entertainment aspects, such as television, radio, video record and playback. The phones are remarkably similar; however, each phone utilizes a different network. Sprint manages the network for HTC EVO. T-Mobile manages the network for HTC HD2.

Visit Think: HD2 for a full list of features and HTC HD2 Accessories to enhance your HTC HD2 cell phone.

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