Video: Nexus One vs. HTC HD2 – Web Browsing
Pocketnow has posted a web browsing comparison between HTC’s two most powerful smartphones, the Android-powered Nexus One and the Windows Mobile-powered HD2. Both run on Qualcomm’s 1 GHz Snapdragon processor and provide fast rendering, but the Nexus One was generally a few seconds faster all around. The Nexus One’s AMOLED display stood out with high contrast and vibrant colors, though the HD2’s screen is larger (4.3″ vs. 3.7″). The HD2 has some advantages, with much easier page zooming through multi-touch support (which the Nexus One oddly lacks, even though its hardware physically supports it) and Opera Mobile’s ability to reshape content to fit the screen.