Last updated on 10/20/14 02:47:00
Is this product current?
Do people like it?
The majority of people had positive reviews and opinions about this product.
Good Value?
No Longer Selling
Is there a deal today?
This product is no longer selling but you can find accessories and supplies.
What are the key features?
• Android Phone • Candy bar • WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM • 5 Megapixel Camera Resolution
Based on the facts above, Retrevo's recommendation is:
Average Buy for Everyone
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Editor Rating
HTC Aria Review
Compact size Feels durable Swift speeds ...Average calling quality Cramped QWERTY...Bringing along a customized Android experience with Sense in tow, the HTC Aria might be small in stature, but its slim figure might deceptively hide something...
Jun 18, 2010
HTC Aria (AT&T) Review & Rating |
At 4.1 by 2.3 by .46 inches (HWD) and only 4.1 ounces, the Aria fits easily into even small hands, and it's navigable one-handed...The Aria's small size means the 3.2-inch, 320-by-480 screen looks tight and clear—that's the right size for this resolution...The Aria is a decent voice phone...Battery life was very good, considering the phone's size, at 6 hours...
Jun 23, 2010
HTC's Aria: Android Phone That Can Be Had for a Song | Product Reviews |
Let’s get down to brass tacks: The much-hyped HTC Aria is worth singing about...The Aria’s biggest asset is the fact that it’s small...To be fair, this diminutive design might frustrate the sausage-fingered but it’s a minor quibble considering how intuitive the rest of the Aria feels...The 600-MHz processor falls well below mainstays like the Nexus...