New York, June 14 2010 AT&T and HTC today announced the release of the HTC Aria. This would be the latest addition to the Android phones, positioned in the mid-range of the line-up. It’s not as powerful as the HTC Incredible or Evo, but it’s faster and more featured filled than the Motorola Backflip.
It runs on the new Android 2.1 platform; actually the Aria is the first AT&T cell phone to run on Android OS 2.1 as well as the first to include the HTC Sense user interface. “Sense” allows users to run user-friendly apps such as the Friend Stream, which integrates Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr updates on one screen. It features a 5 megapixel camera, an optical joystick and a bright 3.2 inch HVGA touch screen display. It is a 3G phone so mobile web runs at acceptable speeds. A digital compass, a proximity sensor and G-Sensor come included. proximity sensor. The phone comes in with a free 2GB microSD card .
The HTC Aria is also Wi-Fi capable allowing access on more than 20,000 hotspots across the U.S. Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Devices, AT&T Mobility and Consumer Markets said: "When you combine the nation's fastest 3G network, and access to the nation's largest Wi-Fi network, HTC Aria will be one of the best Android smartphones available."
Running on the Android system allows the Aria to access more then 50,000 apps as well as Google search, Google Maps, Google Navigation, Gmail, YouTube and more. The HTC Aria is quite comfortable to the touch thanks to its soft-touch back cover which eliminates sharp edges.
The HTC Aria will be available on June.
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