Back in January, AT&T said at CES that they were planning on releasing 5 Android devices in 2010. It looks like they’re holding steady on the tracks to this goal with the release of a new AT&T Android phone.
AT&T has now officially unveiled the new HTC Aria (previously thought to be the HTC Liberty). An official unboxing video was released this morning by AT&T’s Android Product Manager, Dante Martin:
It was also mentioned on their facebook page, which stated:
“Android Fans! Welcome the HTC Aria to the AT&T family. The HSPA 7.2 compatible HTC Aria features a 5MP camera, 3.2 inch HVGA display, touch-screen, and runs Android 2.1.”
- Android 2.1
- HTC Sense
- Digital compass
- Friend Stream
- 320×480 3.2″ capacitive touchscreen
- 5MP Camera
- Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz processor
- 512MB RAM
- 384MB ROM
- Dimensions: 4.1″x2.3″x0.46″
- 3.8 oz battery
- Quadband EDGE (850/900/1800/1900), dual band HSPA (850/1900)
- 2GB microSD card included
AT&T will make the HTC Aria officially available on June 20th. Pricing will be $129 on a new contract, after a $100 rebate.
What are your thoughts on this new device? Love it? Hate it? Let us know down below in the comments.
[via AT&T facebook]