A fairer test would involve comparing a chocolate bar with a granola bar, but Qualcomm doesn't care. Not when their video "shows" a second-gen single-core Snapdragon (in Verizon's Thunderbolt) speeding against a dual-core Tegra 2 (in AT&T's Motorola Atrix.)

It's a cheap ploy on Qualcomm's behalf, as of course the LTE 4G network beat the faux 4G one. But Qualcomm believes it's all down to how fast the processors connect to the networks. Tell me what you guys think in the comments below, while I get back to comparing a chocolate bar with a granola bar. [Phandroid]