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  1. Djidea

    Djidea Well-Known Member

    I was considering getting this phone. I know its not a 1GHz snapdragon, but how is the performance overall?

  2. OJsakila

    OJsakila Well-Known Member

    Pretty damn impressive.
  3. Ambictus

    Ambictus Well-Known Member

    The performance is amazing. I can't say I've compared them personally but I've read that it's actually snappier than the EVO 4G. The MSM7227 is a SERIOUSLY underrated chip IMO. To give an idea in numbers, the Aria has 40% of the pixels to be pushed but has the same GPU pushing them. That's like taking the engine from a Camaro and dropping it in a Smart Car(ok, not exactly but you get the idea)
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  4. Gforce083

    Gforce083 Well-Known Member

    Yes, it is truly great. Snappy and smooth! Only once did I see the phone just slightly lag on a home page swipe when I have at least 10 apps running including Pandora Radio streaming at the time.
  5. xdmanalo

    xdmanalo Well-Known Member


    A joy to navigate...smooth. For the most part....apps load, close, and run w/o me pausing to think, 'dayam, hurry up.'
  6. billysbrew

    billysbrew New Member

    It is a quick little phone. I am very impressed!

    Link to some benchmarks HERE
  7. SysAdmNj

    SysAdmNj Well-Known Member

    Let me put it this way, in some instances I notice it snappier than the Driod X I was using for less than a week and one of the many reasons why I came back to the Aria. Take that with a grain of salt or somthing.

    I wish AT&T would get a version of the HTC Incredible. I think that device is the perfect size. Looks like the Aria's big bro.
  8. Cronis

    Cronis Well-Known Member

    Very snappy... gets about 4.3 Mflops which is vs the avg 1ghz snapdragon phones 7 Mflops. But as ambicutus said its pushing 40% of the pixels.

    that still doesn't show how snappy it is though. In general usage i cant tell the difference between it and the 1ghz phones I have used.

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