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.
Summary: I like this model but the microphone stopped working after two and a half years. I ordered a replacement but it took too long to get the phone. I needed to contact the seller several times as one part was broken. Finally, I think, it is okay.
Summary: It's good for a cheap smart phone. It is very slow when running apps like Facebook and the apps tend to crash all the time. If you have patience and don't want to spend a lot this phone is for you.
Summary: I ordered this phone for my hubby because he broke his phone at work. I recieved the phone sooner than expected. But when I put the sim card in it said SIM IMEI locked. So I called AT&T thinking they would unlock the SIM card for me, but my SIM isn't even locked. Its the phone. Wow what a disappointment!!!!
Summary: a decent phone from HTC, the screen is kinda small, unless you have small hands/fingers you will want to text in landscape mode. The wifi antenna is rather weak, the battery life was very good for a smart phone, its small and thin, would be an excellent kids phone for a teenager.
If you can get it cheap GO FOR IT, otherwise dont waste your money.
18 August 2012
Summary: While outdated and unable to play flash, it's 600MHZ cpu is capable of overclocking to 800mhz with CM7 and Set CPU, making it a very worthy pocketable Android phone. Not powerful enough to run PSX emulators, it can still handle GBA and SNES but don't expect much beyond that. This is a great phone for browsing and texting, though sadly swype is not supported. It's not a 4G phone, but It's quick enough to do the job.
Summary: The aria has a nice little screen but for a smartphone it really lags behind the others it makes a great beginners phone, if you have never had a smartphone its agood place to start, but thats it if surf the web alot you may want the inspire or the atrix which is what i went the aria is slow loading and leaves alot to be desired, the camera is medeocre and video is poor with that said if youve never had a smartphone go for it but if you want the next best thing the aria...
Summary: After my samsung captivate broke down after 2 years, i needed another phone to hold me down till the release of the new iphone. Going from the Captivate to the Aria is like going from a Playstation 3 to the Playstation. Keyboard is quite difficult to adjust to and navigating doesn't have a fluid feel to it. The smaller screen also lowers the score on this phone. However for an economical smartphone, i really can't complain. It does give you some bang for the buck.
Summary: First off I have had this phone for almost 6 months so I know it very well and all the issues listed are apparent on a daily basis. The touchscreen on this phone is the HUGE problem that I have with it. Most touchscreens you barely have to tap and it works! This one you have to press and if your hand is damp AT ALL it really freaks out and will do something completely different. The phone is an upgrade from a flip phone but the touchscreen is a huge PITA.
Pros: -Takes being thrown at the wall very well (I have done it about 10 times now), -Size, -Screen resolution, -Android OS
Cons: -Touchscreen freaks out if your hands are even thinking about being damp (Sweating, etc), -Camera could be better, -Processor is slow, -Can't find and keep service very well at all