Review: Dell Aero
The phone was responsive to the touch, but not perfect, and certainly not as responsive as comparable Android phones, like the HTC Aria, also on AT&T. The homescreen panels lagged just a bit after I flicked them aside. Sometimes long lists would fly by, other times there was a delay. Worst of all, though, some of the onscreen buttons were quite small, especially the drop down menu button and onscreen back buttons, and the phone wasn’t sensitive enough to register every tap on these tiny tabs.