News & Reviews: HTC Aria review
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2013
HTC’s new 3G Aria is as cute as a button – a dainty version of an Android 2.1 superphone. While its size presents some problems, the HTC Aria is nonetheless an otherwise fully-featured cell phone, perfect for those who carry clutch purses or those who wish to be relatively unencumbered by gadgets.
HTC Aria - Features and Design:
Aria is a non-descript black slab with silver highlights and exposed screw heads; a more industrial functionality look than casual or nightclub style. Its rubberized case gives Aria a protective “sure grip.”
The Aria is fronted by a bright 3.2-inch, 320 x 480 display. On the rear is a 5-megapixel camera that doubles as a VGA video recorder and speaker. Up top is the power button and a 3.5mm headphone jack. On the bottom is a microUSB jack. Its only other physical features are a tiny action button (which also acts as a camera shutter button) beneath four touch controls, and the volume toggle on the left perimeter – so flush to the surface as to make it impossible to control by feel with the phone to your ear.[ Read More ]