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Review: HTC Aria

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Not a bad little phone

by James22    Jun 20, 2010, 4:18 PM

I just fired this phone up today as our store phone and I have to say I am extremley impressed with it. It is a very small, sleek and slim phone. It fits very nicely in the pocket and a couple of times I forgot it was in there which is a great thing I thought. The screen is very responsive, no missed letters or double letters with texting which I have always had an issue with. The signal strength has stayed good all day around 4 bars which is rare for ATT around my area. I hope that the phone isn't overexagerating its capabilities on the signal strength. The interface is smooth and extremley easy to navigate and understand. The speaker is a bit of a problem it does easily become distoreted on phone calls or music. The problem on the music came at at a moderate volume while playing pandora radio. I then tried the Iheart radio and had the same problem. The Battery cover is a huge complaint. It took me a few minutes to finally pry it off the phone to put the battery in. I think one of the ultimate killers of this phone will be ATT's new data restrictions on its plans. If you don't have ready access to Wi-Fi then things like Pandora or simply surfing the web will eat away at that data cap very quickly. Other than those this is a really good phone for ATT and those of us left who aren't a blackberry or an Iphone fan.

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