Thursday, September 02, 2010
Let’s welcome the new member in HTC family: Aria! But hold on, why it looks so alike with HTC Mini? Yes, it’s true. It can be described as the twin brother of HTC Mini with the same design but greatly improved specifications.When you unbox the package, you will find the mobile handset, a microUSB cable, a one-piece headset, a charger, a micro SD card and a user guide.
The HTC Aria has a plastic black cover with a so-called “inner beauty” yellow body. The 3.2-inch TFT touchscreen supports the resolution of 320x480 pixels. The 103.8 x 57.7 x 11.7 mm Aria shares exactly the same design with HD Mini. What so different is that Aria supports Android 2.1 Éclair system, making it appealing to Android-lovers
On the front side of Aria, you can find the 3.2-inch touchscreen. Below the screen are 4 virtual keys-- home, menu, back and search-- and an optical track pad. The new design enables smoother handling for users.
At the top of the phone you will find a power/lock button and a 3.5mm audio jack.
The 5MP camera, the loudspeaker, a HTC logo together with the unique and trendy 4-screw design can be found at the back of Aria.
Overall, although the Aria and HTC Mini are twins in terms of design, the functions and features of Aria are greatly improved. The most importantly is the Android 2.1 operating system with capability for a 7-page homepage, and the strong social network integration such as Facebook and Twitter. You can easily get accessed to the web and keep updated.
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