AT&T Aria coming June 20th!


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    maerlim Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Full specs are:

    Qualcomm MSM7227 processor at 600MHz
    Android 2.1 with HTC Sense.
    3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen at 320x480.
    512MB ROM/384MB RAM
    2GB microSD card included.
    Dimensions 4.1 by 2.3 by 0.46 inches.
    Weight (with battery): 3.8 ounces.
    Battery: 1200mAh. (Talk time rated at up to 6 hours, standby up to 15.5 days)
    Quadband EDGE (850/900/1800/1900), dual band HSPA (850/1900).
    5MP camera.
    Digital compass.
    aGPS.
     
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    Just like the Legend. I'll be damned. I'll wait 'n see what happens @ the end of the month w/Samsung, but I think I could live with these specs.
     
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    maerlim Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I look at this as my fall-back phone. It wouldn't be my first choice, but I could definitely live with it.
     
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    Well..as expected I guess. 320x480 Small Screen Capacitive touch, year and a half old processor and about the same specs as my 2 year old Fuze.....sigh....

    Android 2.1 and Sense is nice though. Don't think I'd want to settle for this phone though sorry AT&T keep trying your still a year behind the other guys...

    but congrats to those who will like this...surely it beats the backflop. but that was going to be easy :)
     
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    Not bad for the price, though. Except that "promotion card" is a bit confusing...
     
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    Anyone know if ATT will manage to butcher this like they did the backflip?
     
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    I could be wrong, but I think what was seen in the video will be the final, out-the-door product. We're only 6days from the proposed launch, & he took the time in the video to go through a lot of features...
     
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    Yes, the press release mentioned all of the google apps being available, so there is hope...and why oh why do people have to pay $230 for this and wait for a $100 rebate when they can get the Iphone for $199....wtf?

    Tready...the promotion card usually means a loaded Visa Card. I got one when I mailed in the rebate for my wifes Impact.
     
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    Anyone else find this to be less than mediocre considering how long most of these specs have been out?
     
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    Actually it looks like the Legend minus 128MB RAM...

    Engadget says it has 384MB but AT&T's official site says it has 256...
     
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    This seems to be just HTC bringing the legend to the US pretty much, in combination with at&t trying to have another released android phone.


    I think this is a good release. Obviously they are going to have a High end android device soon. Its pretty much inevitable. But just because its not a 1Ghz processor device, doesn't by any means its a bad phone. For to other smartphone manufacturers like blackberry, this would a great device. But that's not the point either though, this will be a fine smartphone with fine specs. Enough said.
     
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    Links?

    Edit: here. He's right. That's very odd.
     
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    I couldnt find the actual RAM in the press release, was there another page that listed the specs better?
     
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    Also noticeable to point out is that is has google search widget. :)
     
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    My big problem isn't with the processor, though it is really old. My problem is with the screen. I need at least a 3.5 inch display to type accurately.

    EDIT: Also is it just me or does it appear that this thing has no LED flash?
     
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    lol. well don't hope for for too much screen. you might end us up with a dell streak.
     
  18. t-readyroc

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    I must be seeing things...
     
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    Lol, nah. A Nexus One or an Incredible would be good for the size my hands are. The EVO even better.
     
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    Nope, not enough. We already have a small screened, old technology processor Android.

    Do you want a keyboard-get a Backflip, do you refuse to have a keyboard-get this.

    Do you want to see what Android SHOULD be in June 2010- go to another carrier, or drop $500+ on a Nexus One.

    800x480 and Snapdragon(728-1ghz) should be minimum for "serious" Android phones nowadays, since you are going to be locked into the phone for a 2 year contract.
     
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    maerlim Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    By the way, this phone is this entry from the FCC dated April 20th.
     
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    maerlim Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    And courtesy of AT&T is a picture of the back of the phone with the cover off...

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  24. HustlinDaily

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    Specs are pretty much the same as the Legend.

    Legend has the AMOLED display, does this phone have that?
     
  25. HustlinDaily

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    Also Legend is beautiful while this is decent looking
     

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