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HTC Google Nexus One (AT&T) vs Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)

Side by side comparison between HTC Google Nexus One vs Motorola Edge 20 phones, differences, pros, cons with full specifications. What's the better?

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Compare Motorola Edge 20 XHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)05Points
HTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)
3.7"
AMOLED

480x800

5
MP

512MB
RAM

32bit Single

1400
mAh

(Removable)

vs
Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
6.7"
OLED

1080x2400

108
MP

32mp

8GB
RAM

64bit Octa

4000
mAh

(Non removable)

What's the better phone? Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)

The phonemore's choice is much more technical than personal. Therefore, you shouldn't only consider this. Our goal is to help you, but what's important to us may not be important to you. You decide which one is the best! Comment!

Google Nexus One (AT&T)5 Advantages HTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)vsEdge 20 (256GB)31 Advantages Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
+Until 32GB microSD, microSDHCAdvantage
More external storage for files using memory cards
vsNot supported
+130 grams (4.55 ounces)25%
Lighter
vs163 grams (5.71 ounces)
+3.5mm jackAdvantage
Headsets with 3.5mm Jack size are more common and easy to find in stores
vsType-C jack with 3.5mm jack adapter
+Li-Ion: Lithium-Ion (Removable)Advantage
Removable battery can be replaced easily
vsLiPo: Li-Ion polymer (Non removable)
+FMAdvantage
The radio lets you listen to your songs and sports in general
vsNot supported
1Ghz 32bit Single-Corevs+2.4Ghz 64bit Octa-Core4 times
More powerful processor, you can open your applications faster
512MB LPDDRvs+8GB LPDDR415 times
More RAM memory. Typically more responsive and better for multitasking.
512MB (190MB available)vs+256GB (230GB available)1239 times
More internal storage for applications and files
11.5 millimeters (0.45 inches)vs+7 millimeters (0.28 inches)64%
Thinner
16 millionvs+1 billion62 times
More colors on the screen is better quality images and videos
480x800 pixelsvs+1080x2400 pixels6 times
Higher resolution screen
252 PPIvs+393 PPI56%
Crisper display of text, images and videos because it has more pixels per inch (ppi)
3.7"vs+6.7"81%
Larger screen
(back) 5MPvs+(triple camera) 108MP + 8MP + 16MP26 times
Higher resolution main camera
Only digital zoomvs+Digital and optical zoomAdvantage
The zoom allows for better focus and approach to take pictures
Not supportedvs+OIS: Optical stabilizationAdvantage
Image stabilization prevents blurry photos and helps in recording motion video
Not supportedvs+BSI sensorAdvantage
The BSI sensor allows the entry of more light generating photos with more detail and brightness
Not supportedvs+HDR photo on both camerasAdvantage
The HDR technology produced photos with more detail in dark areas
Not supportedvs+(front) 32MPAdvantage
A front-camera is best for taking selfies
VGA (720x480)vs+4K UHD (3840x2160)23 times
More image quality for recording videos with the primary camera
Android 2.3.6 Gingerbreadvs+Android 11Advantage
Android 11 is newer and safer
3G HSUPAvs+5G SA/NSAAdvantage
The 5G SA/NSA network is newer and faster
(3G HSUPA) 7.2 Mbpsvs+(5G SA/NSA) 2000 Mbps277 times
Faster for surfing the internet and download files
Not supportedvs+GyroscopeAdvantage
Sensors help you use the device
Not supportedvs+Fingerprint sensor (under display)Advantage
Sensors help you use the device
Not supportedvs+Face unlockAdvantage
Sensors help you use the device
1400 mAhvs+4000 mAh186%
Battery - higher amperage (mAh) allows more device usage time, but it also depends on the hardware and use
Not supportedvs+Video callingAdvantage
The video calling allows to make calls with voice and video
1 slot (Single-SIM)
(dedicated slot)
vs+2 slots (Dual-SIM)Advantage
It's more advantageous to have more than one phone operator in the same device
802.11 a/b/g (2.4Ghz, 5Ghz)vs+802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax wifi6/6E (2.4Ghz, 5Ghz, 6Ghz) + MIMOAdvantage
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax wifi6/6E (2.4Ghz, 5Ghz, 6Ghz) + MIMO is newer and faster
2.0 + A2DPvs+5.2 + A2DP/LEAdvantage
Bluetooth 5.2 + A2DP/LE is newer and faster
Not supportedvs+NFCAdvantage
NFC allows you to make payments by approach quickly and securely
MicroUSB 2.0vs+Type-CAdvantage
Reversible connector, you can stick in a USB-C cable any which way; either side is up.
HTML, XHTMLvs+HTML, XHTML, HTML5Advantage
Better sites viewing on the internet
Not supportedvs+Gorilla Glass 3Advantage
Protection against scratches on the screen lets you carry your phone with your keys
Not supportedvs+IP52 certifiedAdvantage
Protection against water allows you talk to your friends in the rain, for example

14 Common items in both devices
AMOLED / OLED
LED flash
Autofocus / PDAF: phase detection autofocus
Capacitive
Multitouch
Accelerometer
Proximity sensor
+7 specs and more in the table below

Check the comparison table below for more items that are not evaluated in comparison score above.

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Physical featuresHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
ModelGoogle Nexus One (AT&T)Edge 20 (256GB)
Other model namesAT&T/Rogers HTC Nexus One PB899110, HTC PassionLenovo Edge 20 XT2143-1 (256GB+8GB RAM), MC3A2
Country or region availableUSA
USA
(Global, International)
(Global, International)
BrandHTCMotorola
Release dateJanuary, 2010July, 2021
Depth11.5 millimeters (0.45 inches)7 millimeters (0.28 inches)
Size (width x height)59.8 x 119 millimeters (2.35 x 4.69 in)76 x 163 millimeters (2.99 x 6.42 in)
Weight130 grams (4.55 ounces)163 grams (5.71 ounces)
Qwerty physical keyboardNot supportedNot supported
AntennaInternal antennaInternal antenna
Build, materialsfeature not registeredAluminum body, glass front, plastic back
Protection against water and othersNot supportedIP52 certified: protection against dust and splashing
System (OS)HTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Operating systemAndroid 2.1 EclairAndroid 11
Firmware updateAndroid 2.3.6 Gingerbreadfeature not registered
HardwareHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Chipset32bit - Qualcomm Snapdragon S1 QSD8250 (65nm)64bit - Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SM7325 (6nm)
CPU processor1Ghz Single-Core ScorpionOcta-Core, 2 processors:
2.4Ghz Quad-Core Kryo 670
1.9Ghz Quad-Core Kryo 670
GPU graphical controllerQualcomm Adreno 200Qualcomm Adreno 642L
RAM memory512MB LPDDR8GB LPDDR4
Internal storage512MB (190MB available)256GB (230GB available)
UFS 2.2
External storageUntil 32GB microSD, microSDHC
(dedicated slot)
Not supported
DisplayHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Display typeAMOLEDOLED
Screen size3.7" inches6.7" inches
Screen-to-body ratio~54.8% (screen-to-body ratio)~87.5% (screen-to-body ratio)
Display resolution480x800 pixels1080x2400 pixels (19.5:9)
TouchscreenCapacitive MultitouchCapacitive Multitouch
Pixel density (dot pitch)252 PPI393 PPI
Colors16 million1 billion
Scratch-resistant glassNot supportedGorilla Glass 3
Display featuresfeature not registered144Hz, HDR10+
Mobile networksHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Dual-SIMNot supportedDual-SIM Standby - Call active on one sim card
SIM card1 slot (Single-SIM)
Standard mini-SIM (2FF)
2 slots (Dual-SIM)
nano-SIM (4FF)
Maximum download/upload7.2/2 Mbps2000/1024 Mbps
Network technology2G, 3G2G, 3G, 4G, 5G
Frequency, bandsExpand band detailsCollapse details
GSM Mhz bandQuad-Band 850/900/1800/1900Quad-Band 850/900/1800/1900
Primary 2G networkGSM 850/900/1800/1900GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Primary 3G networkUMTS 850/1900/2100UMTS 850/900/1700/1900/2100
Primary 4G networkNot supportedLTE Cat18 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 32, 66)
TD-LTE (34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43)
VoLTE
Primary 5G networkNot supportedSA/NSA/Sub6 (1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 28, 38, 41, 66, 77, 78)
Primary data networkCSD, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPAGPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, TD-LTE, LTE, LTE-A, 5G SA/NSA
Secondary 2G networkNot supportedGSM 850/900/1800/1900
Secondary 3G networkNot supportedUMTS 850/900/1700/1900/2100
Secondary 4G networkNot supportedLTE Cat18 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 18, 19, 20, 26, 28, 32, 66)
TD-LTE (34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43)
VoLTE
Secondary data networkNot supportedGPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+, TD-LTE, LTE, LTE-A
CallingHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
MessagingSMS, MMS, E-mail, Push mailSMS (T9), MMS, E-mail, Push mail
SpeakerphoneSupportedSupported
Video callingNot supportedSupported
Call controlVoice recorderVoice dialing, Voice recorder, Voice commands
CameraHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Back camera (main camera)5 megapixels(triple camera)
108 megapixels
8MP telephotof/2.479mm1.0µmPDAFOIS3x-optical-zoom
16MP ultrawidef/2.213mm119º1.0µm
Main camera resolution2560x1920 pixels12000x9000 pixels
Video recording (primary)VGA (720x480) 24 fps4K UHD (3840x2160) 30 fps
FlashLED flashLED flash
Focal aperturefeature not registeredf/1.9 (aperture)
Focal lengthfeature not registeredfeature not registered
Sensor sizefeature not registered1/1.52" inches
Pixel sizefeature not registered0.7µm pixel
AutofocusAutofocusPDAF: phase detection autofocus
Touch focusNot supportedSupported
Image stabilizationNot supportedOIS: Optical stabilization
ZoomOnly digital zoomDigital and optical zoom
Face/smile detectionNot supportedFace detection, Smile detection
BSI sensorNot supportedSupported
HDRNot supportedHDR photo on both cameras
2ª cameraHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Front camera (secondary)Not supported32 megapixels
Front camera resolutionNot supported6528x4896 pixels
Video recording (secondary)Not supported4K UHD (3840x2160)
Front flashNot supportedNot supported
Focal aperturefeature not registeredf/2.3 (aperture)
Focal lengthfeature not registeredfeature not registered
Sensor sizefeature not registeredfeature not registered
Pixel sizefeature not registered0.7µm pixel
MultimediaHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
RadioFMNot supported
TVNot supportedNot supported
Video formatsH.263, H.264, MP4, 3GP, MPEG4MP4, H.265, H.264, H.263, XviD, MKV
Audio formatsMP3, WAV, eAAC+MP3, WAV, WMA, eAAC+, FLAC
ConnectivityHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
USBMicroUSB 2.0USB 2.0 Type-C, USB OTG On-The-Go
TV outputNot supportedUSB Type-C SlimPort®
Audio output3.5mm jackType-C jack with 3.5mm jack adapter
Bluetooth2.0 + A2DP5.2 + A2DP/LE
WiFi802.11 a/b/g (2.4Ghz, 5Ghz)802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax wifi6/6E (2.4Ghz, 5Ghz, 6Ghz) + MIMO
DLNANot supportedNot supported
NFCNot supportedSupported
GPSA-GPS, GeoTaggingA-GPS, GeoTagging, GLONASS, GALILEO, BeiDou
Infrared portNot supportedNot supported
Other functionsHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
Active noise cancellationSupportedSupported
Vibrating alertSupportedSupported
RingtonesPolyphonic and customizedPolyphonic and customized
Web browserHTML, XHTMLHTML, XHTML, HTML5
SensorsAccelerometer
Proximity sensor
Compass
Ambient Light sensor
Accelerometer
Proximity sensor
Compass
Ambient Light sensor
Gyroscope
Face unlock
Fingerprint sensor (under display)
Other features- Colors: Black
- 4GB microSD included
- Trackball navigation
- Colors: Frosted Grey, White, Emerald
- Protective case included
- My UX
- ThinkShield
- WiFi direct, hotspot
Power supplyHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
BatteryLi-Ion: Lithium-Ion (Removable)LiPo: Li-Ion polymer (Non removable)
Battery capacity1400 mAh4000 mAh
Charger, watts Standard charging30W Fast battery charging
Talk time autonomy420 minutes | 7 hours | 0.3 dayfeature not registered
Standby15000 minutes | 250 hours | 10.4 daysfeature not registered
Radiation rateHTC Google Nexus One (AT&T)Motorola Edge 20 (256GB)
SAR 1.6W/kg (USA, Mexico, etc.)feature not registeredfeature not registered
SAR 2W/kg (Europe, UK, etc.)feature not registeredfeature not registered
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