Motorola Triumph vs HTC Evo 4G – Full Specs Compared
Sprint, which is the third largest mobile service provider in the country after AT&T and Verizon, is lining up latest smartphones to get more customers these days. Latest in this endeavor is the announcement of two new phones by Motorola: Photon 4G for Sprint WiMAX network and Motorola Triumph for Sprint Virgin mobile. HTC Evo 4G is another successful phone on Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network. Though there is a clear distinction between Motorola Triumph and HTC Evo 4G, one being 3G and the other 4G, the idea to differentiate between these two smartphones is tempting to find out features and advantages these phone have for customers in various segments.
If you are looking for a smartphone that has great speeds but does not cost you a fortune, Sprint has something that perfectly fits the bill in the shape of Motorola Triumph. It has all the standard features (though nothing spectacular) and riding on sprint’s blazing fat network, provides extraordinary and pleasing experience to the users.
To begin with, the smartphone measures 122×63.5×10 mm and weighs just 143g. It has a slim body with a nice 4.1 inch display that produces a resolution of 480×800 pixels that is extremely bright and has 16 M colors that are vivid and true to life. The smartphone runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and has a decent 1 GHz processor. It provides 2 GB of ROM and a solid 512 MB RAM. Triumph allows using micro SD cards to expand internal memory up to 32 GB.
Triumph is a delight for those fond of clicking photos as it is a dual camera device with a nice 5 MP camera at the rear that is capable of recording HD videos in 720p at 30fps. It also boasts of a secondary front camera which is VGA to allow users to make video calls and also to take self portraits to instantly share with friends on various social networking sites.
Triumph is Wi-Fi802.11b/g/n. GPS with A-GPS, Bluetooth v2.1, micro USB, HDMI, and an HTML browser that supports flash and makes surfing seamless. One feature that makes Triumph very attractive is Virgin Mobile Live 2.0 app that allows users access to branded streamed music hosted by DJ Abbey Braden. Users also get a chance to watch live music concerts through this wonderful app.
Triumph has a standard Li-ion battery (1400mAh) that keeps the smartphone going even after a day full of heavy usage.
HTC Evo 4G
For those who are dependent upon on net or those who desire fast download and upload through internet, HTC Evo 4G is the answer. This is an excellent smartphone available on the platform of Virgin Mobile with all the latest features. Already, it is being referred to as the first WiMAX phone. You can easily get your laptop online using this smartphone and it will amaze you with the speed of surfing. However, it puts a drain on the battery of the phone also.
Evo 4G has dimensions of 122x66x13 mm and weighs 170g which is nothing to write home about in this age of compact and light phones but it is what is inside that makes the phone special. It boasts of a huge 4.3 inch highly capacitive TFT touch screen that produces a resolution of 480×800 pixels that makes for a sharp and bright display. The smartphone has an accelerometer, proximity sensor, multi touch input method and glides smoothly on the legendary HTC Sense UI.
Evo 4G runs on Android 2.1, has 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, and packs a solid 512 MB Ram with 1 GB ROM. It has 8GB of onboard storage which can be expanded up to 32 GB using micro SD cards. It is a dual camera device with a rear 8 MP camera capable of recording HD videos in 720p. It has features of auto focus; dual LED flash, geo tagging and smile detection. Even the secondary camera is 1.3 MP to provide for video calling.
The smartphone is of course Wi-Fi802.11b/g/n, WiMax802.16 e, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, GPS with A-GPS, HDMI, and stereo FM with RDS.
Evo 4G is packed with a powerful Li-ion battery(1500mAh) that provides a talk time of up to 5 hr 12 min that is considerable taking into account the fast speeds this smartphone provides on the net.
Difference Between Motorola Triumph and HTC Evo 4G
• Motorola Triumph is a 3G phone for Sprint Virgin Mobile and HTC Evo 4G is on Sprint’s 4G WiMAX network.
• Motorola Triumph is slimmer (10mm) than Evo 4G (13mm)
• Motorola Triumph is lighter (143g) than Evo 4G (170g)
• Evo 4G has a bigger (4.3 inch) screen than MotorolaTriumph (4.1 inch)
• Evo 4G has a better camera (8 MP) than Motorola Triumph (5 MP)
• Triumph runs on Android 2.2 while Evo runs on Android 2.1
• Evo has a more powerful battery (1500mAh) than Motorola Triumph (1400mAh) though it provides lesser talk time.
|Comparison of Specifications
Motorola Triumph vs HTC Evo 4G
|Design||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Form Factor||Candy Bar||Candy Bar|
|Keyboard||On-screen Virtual||Virtual QWERTY keyboard with Swype|
|Dimension||4.8x2.5x0.4 in||4.8 x 2.6 x 0.5 inches|
|Weight||143 g||6 oz with battery|
|Body Color||Black, White|
|Display||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Size||4.1 in, Super AMOLED||4.3 inches|
|Resolution||WVGA (800 x 480)||WVGA 800 x 480|
|Features||16M color, Capacitive multi--touch||Pinch to Zoom|
|Sensors||Accelerometer, Magnetometer (digital compass), Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor||Accelerator Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Digital Compass|
|Operating System||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Platform||Android 2.2 (Froyo)||Android 2.1 (Eclair), Android 2.2 (Froyo)|
|Browser||Android WebKit, full HTML||Android WebKit|
|Java/Adobe Flash||Adobe Flash Player 10.1 (download from Android market)|
|Processor||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Model||Qualcomm MSM8655 Snapdragon||Qualcomm QSD8650 Snapdragon|
|Speed||1 GHz||1 GHz|
|Memory||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|RAM||512 MB||512 MB|
|Included||2 GB||1 GB ROM + 8 GB microSD card|
|Expansion||Up to 32GB with microSD card (SD 2.0)|
|Camera||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Resolution||5 MP||8 megapixels|
|Flash||Dual LED||Dual LED|
|Focus, Zoom||Auto, Digital||Auto focus,|
|Video Capture||720p@30fps HD||720p HD Video Recording|
|Features||Geo tagging, Panoramic mode, Face recognition||Geo-tagging, Face detection|
|Secondary camera||VGA||Accelerator Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Digital Compass|
|Entertainment||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Audio||Virgin Mobile Live 2.0||Supported file formats WAV, MP3, WMA, MIDI, AAC, AMR|
|Video||Android Media Player, File Formats: MPEG4, H.263, H.264, WMV3||YouTube HQ video player|
|Battery||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Type Capacity||Li-ion 1400 mAh||Li-ion 1500 mAh|
|Talktime||Up to 6 hrs|
|Standby||Up to 146 hours|
|Mail and Messaging||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Gmail, Email||POP3/IMAP, Gmail|
|Messaging||SMS, MMS||SMS, MMS, IM - Google talk, AOL, Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live|
|Connectivity||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Wi-Fi||802.11 b/g/n||802.11 b/g/n(at 2.4 kHz only)|
|Bluetooth||v2.1+EDR supports A2DP stereo||2.1+ EDR|
|USB||2.0 High Speed||2.0 compatible, micro-USB port|
|Location Service||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Maps||Google Maps||Google Maps with Digital Compass|
|GPS||A-GPS||GPS and A-GPS|
|Network Support||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|2G/3G||CDMA EvDO Rev.A||CDMA2000 1x RTT/ 1x EVDO/ 1x EVDO rev. A , DL: 3.1 Mbps, UL:1.8 Mbps|
|4G||No||WiMAX IEEE 802.16e Wave2 (mobile WiMAX) DL: 10+ Mbps, UL: 4 Mbps|
|Applications||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Apps||Android Market||Android Market, Google Mobile Serice|
|Social Networks||Facebook, Twitter, YouTube||YouTube, Picasa, Facebook|
|Featured||Microsoft Word/Excel/PowerPoint support, PDF support|
|Business Mobility||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Corporate Mail||Microsoft Exchange Server|
|Corporate Directory||Microsioft Exchange Active Sync|
|Security||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|
|Additional Features||Motorola Triumph||HTC Evo 4G|