Jun 01 AT 10:11 AM Taylor Wimberly 4 Comments

HTC Aria spied for AT&T

We have known for awhile that AT&T was getting their own exclusive HTC Android phone, but many of us thought it was going to feature a keyboard. However, new evidence from AndroidGuys suggest the HTC Aria will be a mini Android phone that is touch screen only.

Pictured above is the rumored HTC Aria next to a business card. The source who submitted the picture claims it is “the smallest Android device” they have seen and we estimate the display is 2.5 to 2.8 inches (QVGA). Not a lot of the technical hardware specs are known, but my guess is the device will mirror the internals of the HTC Wildefire.

Stay tuned next week because AT&T is reportedly going to unveil this HTC phone (and maybe a few other surprises) on June 7th.

Rumored specs of the HTC Aria include:

  • 2.5 or 2.8 inch display
  • Optical joystick
  • 5 megapixel camera
  • microUSB port
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Android 2.1 with Sense UI

Source: AndroidGuys

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  • http://Website wes

    Interesting…. while the rest of the carriers are looking towards bigger screen sizes, at&t gets a mini. Wonder if it will sell….

  • http://Website Chuck

    Damn. I really need to get the hell off of AT&T.

  • http://Website Darkseider

    YAY! Another failure of an Android device for AT&T! Backflip, Aero and now this. Looks like they are still far too busy cradling Uncle Steve’s nutsack to care. Well at least Verizon, T-Mo and Sprint have awesome Android handsets right now and soon to be released.

  • http://Website Chris

    I suspect that as Android adoption becomes more and more commonplace, we’re going to see more lower-end devices. Indeed, such devices are likely to make up the majority of Android phones, especially as smartphones start rendering obsolete older “dumb” cell phones. Eventually, we’re likely to see $100 unlocked Android phones around.