HTC One XL vs HTC Titan: 4G LTE Battle
HTC Titan 4G and HTC One XL are both the latest member of the company’s Android handset lineup. Both of them are support for 4G LTE network, which mean that users are able to take advantage from fast blazing Internet network. Today, we decided to put those two handset in a side by side comparison to see which one that able to provide the best 4G LTE network performance.
In terms of speed, both HTC One XL and HTC Titan 4G are manage to provide considerably fast Internet speed. Even with one bar 4G signal, the HTC One XL is able to provide us with 20Mbps download speed. On the other side, we face some trouble in our attempt to test HTC Titan. Windows Market said that there’s no such app compatible with our current system right now. Then we try to go directly to speedtest.net and find out that the device is not compatible with flash-based web page.
But that was not our last attempt. We finally manage to reach Oz Broadband Speed Test and it tell us that HTC Titan is currently offer 8.9Mbps download speed. We think that it is not the proper result since HTC One XL is still manage to deliver stable Internet connection at 21Mbps.
Hardware-wise, both handset are now considered as high-end smartphone. HTC One XL run on dual-core CPU that clocked at 1.5GHz. It is able to score 4358 points in Quadrant benchmark test, while Sunspider record manage to tell us that HTC One XL score 1.6s. We are also manage to view video and browse around the web without any problems. There are not screen stutering and everything looks fine. All is possible thanks to it’s screen that able to provide maximum 720 x 1280 pixels resolution.
On the other hand, HTC Titan is also not too disappointing. It is currently heavier than One XL with 130 grams. Packed with 4.7″ touch screen, this handset is able to provide maximum 400 x 800 pixels resolution. Deep under it’s hood, lies a single-core 1.5GHz processors. But the main attractive point from this handset lies on it’s massive 16.0 megapixels rear shutter. Too bad that Quadrant benchmark is only available for Android platform, which also mean that we can’t compare HTC One XL and Titan on this matter. However, the Sunspider told us that Titan is fall way behind with 6.3s. Very disappointing.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to contact us via comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here.