Difference Between Samsung Droid Charge and Motorola Atrix 4G

The competition in 4G smartphones is hot these days with all heavyweights like Motorola, HTC, and Samsung coming up with their latest smartphones that have latest features and provide high speeds of downloading. While Motorola Atrix is already very popular and an established phone in the market, Samsung Droid Charge has been announced only recently. Let us make a quick comparison between these two smartphones to see how they fare against each other.

Samsung Droid Charge

Are you looking for a smartphone that can give you amazing speeds in 4G? It’s good to have waited as you can lay your hands on the latest Droid Charge from Samsung that has the potential to be the leader of the pack soon. It has the features that Samsung wants users to proudly display. This is going to be 2nd 4G LTE smartphone on Verizon network.

Droid Charge boasts of a large 4.3 inch touch screen that is super AMOLED plus and produces 16M colors that are vivid and true to life. The display is bright enough to be read even in broad daylight. It runs on Android 2.2 Froyo and has 1GHz single core Hummingbird processor. Though these features have been superseded by many other smartphones, the fact that coupled with 4G LTE connectivity, the phone provides good downloading speeds makes it a nice option for smartphone lovers. Droid Charge has 512 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM.

The phone is Wi-Fi 802.1b/g/n, DLNA with HDMI connectivity, Bluetooth v3.0, GPS, mobile hotspot and has a browser (HTML) that fully supports Adobe Flash 10.1 making surfing a pleasing experience. For those fond of shooting, Droid charge has two camera with the rear 8MP, auto focus and LED flash one capable of recording HD videos in 720p that the user can instantly watch on HDTV. Even the front 1.3 MP camera is a decent one that allows the user to take self portraits and also allows making video calls.

Motorola Atrix 4G

Before the arrival of Atrix, Motorola gave some really forgettable phones to consumers in the country making them feel if the company would ever come up with a decent smartphone for 4G. But in came Atrix 4G and completely changed the scenario with its superb features and speeds that left many gaping in surprise. It introduced webtop technology for the first time.

Motorola has chosen plastic instead of metals for its body. But that doesn’t mean there is anything cheap inside or even outside as the phone gives a solid feel to the user. The dimensions of the phone tell the story. It is just 2.5×4.63×0.43 inches, making Atrix 4G one of the slimmest around (you can even draw comparisons with iPhone). Can you believe the phone weighs just 135g despite a powerful battery to support all the hardware? The smartphones has a large 4” TFT capacitive touch screen which provides a display at qHD resolution of 540×960 pixels.

The smartphone runs on Android 2.2 Froyo, has a powerful dual core 1 GHz Cortex A9 processor in Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC, and provides a solid 1 GB RAM that is more than sufficient for all purposes whether you are watching a movie or surfing the net. It has 16 GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32 GB using micro SD cards. It is Wi-Fi802.11b/g/n, DLNA, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP+EDR. It has the ability to become a mobile hotspot.

Atrix 4G is a dual camera device with the rear 5 MP camera which is auto focus with LED flash. It is capable of recording HD videos in 720p at 30fps. It also has a front, VGA camera. Atrix boast a very powerful battery of 1930mAh that has a very long standby time of 400 hours and talk time of almost 9 hours.

Comparison Between Samsung Droid Charge and Motorola Atrix 4G

• Atrix 4G serves AT&T’s HSPA+ network while Droid Charge is on Verizon’s 4G-LTE network.

• Droid Charge has a single core while Atrix has a dual core 1 GHz processor

• Rear camera of Droid has a better sensor (8MP) than Atrix 4G (5MP)

• Droid Charge supports the latest version of Bluetooth (v3.0) while Atrix supports only (v2.1)

• Droid has a larger display (4.3 inches) in comparison to Atrix (4.0 inches).

• While Droid Charge has a better display with super AMOLED plus technology with WVGA resolution, Atrix has TFT LCD capacitive touch screen with qHD resolution.

• Droid has just 512 MB RAM while Atrix 4G has a higher Ram (1 GB)

• Atrix is slightly lighter (135g) than Droid Charge (143g)