4G LTE Smartphone Showdown: AT&T vs. Verizon

As it stands, Verizon is the current king of the 4G LTE world. It has been rolling out its network at a neck-breaking pace leaving the competition in the dust. Still, there is finally some real competition (sorry, MetroPCS) in AT&T and many of you out there looking for a new LTE smartphone, especially those of you still on AT&T, have probably been wondering how Ma Bell’s devices fare against Big Red’s.

Well, a Verizon training document has leaked out and it shows off how AT&T’s two LTE smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid, stack up against the HTC Rezound, Motorola Droid RAZR and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

While we’ve seen all of these specs before, it’s nice to see them all in one place.

Smartphone Comparison

It’s also nice to see that the Galaxy Nexus is listed with 32GB of on-board storage. There was some commotion over the weekend concerning the storage space as it is now listed on Google’s landing page as having 16GB of storage space.

So, while it means we have even more conflicting information about this device, it also means that there is still a chance that we’ll see 32GB.

For more information on these phones, be sure to read our Galaxy Nexus Buyers Guide, HTC Rezound unboxing and our Droid RAZR Review.

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Via: Droid-Life

  

Comments

  1. Anonymous says

    You’ll probably want to put on your monocle in order to clearly read that photo. Best I could do.

  2. BrianB13 says

    AT&T just put in 4G LTE here.  I like the Skyrocket except for the fact that it has a non HD display.  For the people that have unlimited data plans, they will stay put.  Right now, it costs $45/mo for 4gb on AT&T where it costs $50/mo for 10gb on Verizon with their double data promotion.  I’m currently on Sprint and I’m still going with the Nexus on Verizon.  That is, if Verizon can ever get it to market.

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