Excerpt: The HTC Aria is an Android powered mobile phone provided through AT&T. Out of all the AT&T Android devices that AT&T offers, the only ones worth a look are the HTC Aria and the Samsung Captivate.
Excerpt: The HTC Aria is the smallest, thinnest Android phone to date. With only a 3.2″ screen, and less than 0.5″ thick it’s absolutely microscopic compared to the larger, beefier cousins like the HTC EVO 4G and HTC Incredible. However, this tiny phone still has a few pro’s left yet.
Summary: At a time when everyone was going to larger and larger screens, this phone had all the power and usability of a larger phone, but in a smaller, more svelte container. It was sad when HTC and ATT stopped selling these. The modern equivalent is the HTC One Mini.
Summary: I seriously have no idea what is wrong with some people on here. These are some of the best phones made, HTC makes TOUGH machines, not like an iPhone, that breaks when you pick it up. Don't bother telling me how awesome icrap is, I don't care. My niece has broken the screen on 3 of them by laying them on the table. You can't hurt the Aria or Intruder, and they work great. And yes they CAN be used internationally, that's why is says ATT WORLD PHONE when you start it up.
Summary: At the beginning i was amaze about it, but when the times come and you start downloading more apps the inner memory goes full and there is nothing to do, its really short of memory less than 500 Mb or something i don't remember, and also you can't root it because its going to work in the worst way possible.
Phone was in great shape, shipping was on target, but I hated the device.
Parl "no new regrets.", Amazon
8 January 2014
Summary: Pros - The phone was in great shape, battery was good, screen was good. I've always liked HTC's phsyical phone construction, and this phone was no different. I found it easy to get the battery cover off, and never worried about anything breaking, even when dropped. It's small and compact, fit very easily into any pocket or bag. Of course, it had no problems with my account on AT&T. Cons - I knew it was smaller, I was unprepared for how small it really was.
Summary: Unfortunately, I only found out later that the QuadBand only applies to VOICE. The 3G feature is only dual band and I can rarely get more than GPRS/EDGE in most of Asia. Otherwise, the size, responsiveness of the touch screen, etc. is OK. The Android 2.2 OS is getting dated, and the on board flash is smallish for apps.
Summary: I bought this for my fiancee so she would give me back my phone! She needed GPS and an ease-of-use smartphone, and while this one is a bit outdated, it is still a good phone and value... There are a couple of feature issues that I have found: 1. Some of the pre-installed apps have some errors that make them inoperable, so I had to go to the Market to get newer ones. 2.