I have summarized main difference between Truncate and Delete command in Oracle.

Truncate Delete
DDL command DML command
Cannot be rolled back Can be rolled back
Associated with commit Need to commit explicitly after
Will not fire trigger associated with the table Will fire trigger associated with the table
Cannot be used with where clause Where clause can be used
Reset the high water mark No association with high water mark
Generally executes faster than delete Generally executes slower than truncate
Cannot run truncate for a parent table with constraints Delete can be applied after deleting the child records

Note that TRUNCATE table has two variants

1. Truncate table table_name;

or

Truncate table table_name drop storage;

(drop storage is by default)

Here Truncate reset the high water mark

2.  Truncate table table_name REUSE storage;

In this case Oracle will not reset the high water mark and same storage space will allocated for new entries in future.