Oh you lovers of the insides of phones, today is one of those good days. Good days for the HTC involved, that is, as several phones have had their Android source codes released via HTC’s Developer Center per their agreement
HTC has announced a new Android smartphone, the HTC Gratia, which is basically a European version of the HTC Aria. The Gratia gets Android 2.2 Froyo, HTC Sense and a 5-megapixel camera; we’re still waiting for the full
Although this handset just hit AT&T stores, it’s already up for sale. New customers can now head to Dell’s online store and purchase the Aria for free. This offer also includes free shipping and free activation.
So much for a release date, right? Originally scheduled to go on sale June 20th (and we’re sure AT&T’s still sticking to that date), it looks like a few lucky stores out there in the United States have begun to
The HTC Aria made its unexpected debut yesterday and isn’t set to hit AT&T stores until June 20th, but we’ve grabbed a handset to bring you all the details ahead of time. Based on Android 2.1 with HTC’s
AT&T have officially announced the HTC Aria, the Android smartphone we’ve seen leaked in recent weeks. Set to arrive on AT&T from June 20th, the Aria has a 3.2-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen, HSPA connectivity,
Details and blurry images of what’s purported to be an upcoming HTC Android device have leaked, with AndroidGuys suggesting it’s the new HTC Aria headed to AT&T. According to their source it runs Android 2.1