'Comes with a good set of headphones, Good call quality'
'4G enabled, Decent battery life'
'Good quality screen'
'Low-resolution screen, Average specs'
'Midrange handset with 4G, good battery life'
'Sense user interface'
'Good battery life'
'Easy to use & Easy to customise'
'Cool pebble-like design'
'Affordable Android action'
'Gingerbread OS 3.0'
'Nice battery life'
'The bottom line: The HTC Aria is a solid, midrange Android smartphone, but it's a shame AT&T restricts it by blocking Android's capability to install third-party apps. '
'best entry level android phone'
'decent voice phone'
'The Aria is one of the most responsive smartphone on the market. '
'You get the excellent Leap feature, which displays a thumbnail view of all seven home screens when you pinch any of the screens. '
'We say the more customized menus the merrier, and that's exactly what Sense gives- 7 home screens over stock Android's 5. '
'The phone is made of plastic but it feels solid enough.'
'Other features include a built-in accelerometer, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a digital compass and a GPS receiver. '
'sleek beautiful phone'
'I've been using this GSM quadband phone (850/900/1800/1900) in New England, north of the Boston metro area, and calls have been good overall. '
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