Best Buy Mobile's Buyer's Guide showcases a 4G enabled HTC Aria

Best Buy Mobile's Buyer's Guide showcases a 4G enabled HTC Aria
When you have a handset on the cover page of a buyers guide, it'd better have a darn good reason of being showcased center stage over other handsets. In fact, Best Buy Mobile's most recent Buyer's Guide clearly shows off AT&T's HTC Aria in front of other Android sets like the 4G packing HTC EVO 4G and Iron Man 2 backing LG Ally. If you meticulously take a closer gander as the HTC Aria, you'll probably amazed to find that wonderful 4G icon – usually found on the EVO 4G when you're in a 4G area. Call it one Photoshop blunder, but we'd imagine that there will be some remote customers who actually believe that the HTC Aria is a 4G enabled smartphone – when in fact it blatantly isn't; especially with AT&T. One would imagine that there would be a lengthy review process before things are finalized and ready for publication, but unfortunately this one managed to slip under the radar.

HTC Aria Specifications

source: Best Buy via Android Central


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7 Comments

1. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

Yeah, that will be the ARIA 2 and hopefully it is packed with more nternal memory and a 1.0 GHZ proccesor as that phone is a great phone.....

2. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

The mistakes mentioned in this article are no different than what phone arena does on a daily basis and PHONEARENA.com should not comment on such issues....

3. cansler

Posts: 136; Member since: Oct 07, 2009

"One would imagine that there would be a lengthy review process before things are finalized and ready for publication, but unfortunately this one managed to slip under the radar. " -Says phonearena, who also says: (Parenthesis mine) "If you meticulously take a closer gander as (AT?) the HTC Aria, you'll probably (BE) amazed to find that wonderful 4G icon – usually found on the EVO 4G when you're in a 4G area..." Hey Pot, this is Kettle... Just saying if you're going to point out errors, make sure you are not guilty of any yourself.

4. rwolf1984

Posts: 536; Member since: Jun 06, 2009

Watch the EVO vs iPhone youtube animations...Phone-mart and @ the Apple Store...Don't shop retail places like Best Buy, Wal-mart, etc to get your phones. Go to preferred retailers and the corporate stores. Otherwise you're not going to have a good experience...Remember you get what you pay for!!! And PhoneArena you suck but I still visit your site everyday and I love you.

5. Slidket

Posts: 4; Member since: Jan 23, 2010

Must be a slow day at Phonearena.com. Reminds me of ignorant tabloid journalism. And lol at rwolf. You must love asking Apple if they offer any sort of damage protection plans on the iPhone and getting the blank stare as if your crazy. Guess you do get what you pay for.

6. nathandavid13

Posts: 6; Member since: Jul 22, 2009

umm.... there are no home, menu, back and search buttons on the aria too...

7. networkdood

Posts: 6330; Member since: Mar 31, 2010

it has a home button, menu, back and search and if you press menu you get all programs, scenes, add to home, wallpaper, notifications and settings. Also get the apps organizer app and get you have a folder called games for all of your games - it makes it really easy to organize your stuff using labels and folders as the app list them all at once and then you can move stuff around using the app rather than creating folders from scratch....awesome phone...

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