Droid Bionic Verizon vs EVO 3D Sprint: Differences Made Clear

Here at OSM we’ve made no secret about our excitement for the Motorola Droid Bionic, a dual-core processor 4G handset coming to the Verizon 4G LTE network. We’ve also written about the HTC EVO 3D coming to Sprint, which has also impressed many, a 3D smartphone with HDMI support. If you’re wondering how to choose between the Droid Bionic vs. the EVO 3D then we have news of an infographic, which should make things a lot clearer.

We recently published an article about the Verizon 4G LTE network vs. the Sprint WiMAX network involving the Motorola Thunderbolt on Verizon and the HTC EVO 4G on Sprint in which the Verizon network proved to be the winner by significant amounts in various speed tests, so that alone may be enough to make up your mind. However the infographic gives you much of the information you will need to help you make an informed decision. You can see the full infographic below this article. Also hit any of links to see our previous articles.

Raphael Labuguen over on The Pop Herald has brought the infographic created by the site to our attention. Labuguen also notes that the previous tests, mentioned above, between the Verizon LTE network and Sprint’s WiMAX have been referred to as “inaccurate” by Sprint, so no doubt we’ll be hearing more on that. There are similarities between the Droid Bionic and the EVO 3D such as dual-core processors although the EVO 3D will have a 1.2GHz processor against the Bionic’s 1GHz. Both are also Android handsets with the EVO 3D on Android 2.3 Gingerbread with HTC Sense, while the Bionic is due to be released running Android 2.2 Froyo.

Storage could be a deciding factor though as the EVO 3D will have 4GB compared to the Droid Bionic’s 16GB. Another issue could be battery performance as there have been concerns about Verizon’s 4G Thunderbolt having a low battery life, although the Droid Bionic’s battery has more capacity than that of the EVO 3D. We recently wrote about a toggle app though, which will enable people to switch quickly between 3G and 4G modes to save on battery life when possible, and this app will also work for the Droid Bionic. As you can see the infographic also details cameras, RAM and more so take a look and hopefully based on your needs, you will be able to choose the right handset for you.

As far as release dates go there were recent rumors from a leaked Verizon roadmap of a May release for the Droid Bionic while the EVO 3D is thought to be due for release in the summer. Pricing leaks have shown the Droid Bionic as $149.99 on a two-year contract but that is unconfirmed while we’ve heard nothing yet for EVO 3D pricing. The HTC EVO 3D product page can be seen here at HTC where you can sign up for updates, similarly for the Motorola Droid Bionic product page here at Motorola. What are your thoughts on these two impressive handsets? Has the infographic helped you to decide which one, if either, is for you? Let us know with your comments please.

  • Ryan

    Evo 3D hands down. Why have a Dual-Core processor and not maximize the RAM on the Bionic?