Saturday , October 21 2017

HTC Aria being launched tomorrow, but on what Carrier?

HTC Australia have announced today, via Facebook, that the HTC Aria will be launched/officially announced/something tomorrow but have given no ideas as to which Carrier it will come to. We’ve reported in the past that it would be Optus, but strange things can happen.

The Aria would sit well at VHA or Optus as a direct ‘opponent’ to the low priced HTC Wildfire, which we just reviewed.

We’ll keep you informed!

 
Source: HTC Australia - Facebook.

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22 Comments on "HTC Aria being launched tomorrow, but on what Carrier?"

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The_Guy
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The_Guy

Best combination between price and performance. The higher quality screen is a real plus over the wildfire, but if its $49 a month, ill have to pass.

Cooper
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Cooper

I hear $49cap OPTUS

spoco2
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spoco2

It’s my new phone… really, this is the one I’ve been waiting for… come oooon! Come to Virgin, $29 Smart Cap, and it’ll be all mine… and $29 Easy cap for my wife, two sales just waiting here… come to Virgin… come… come… 😀

It’s just that perfect little phone with a slightly larger screen than my current touch phone (3″ Viewty… clunky little number), HTC sexiness, and that 320×480 iPhone 3G resolution screen… perfect, perfect.

PseudoEdge
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PseudoEdge

Agreed. I’ll pay off my blokia and jump on this with Virgin… Thank god Virgin allows you to leave contract after just 6 months.

rezwan
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rezwan

My contract with virgin ends at the last week of October…But I would really like this one on Vodafone as Virgin/Floptus 3g only works outdoors or with an xternal antenna in my street in Belmore…

chaosdave
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chaosdave

yay hopefully optus means virgin ! All you vodafone customers complaining, stop whining you have had the legend and the n1 while we have yet to see a htc android phone

dawdle
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dawdle

The Aria would seem more competitive as a lower-end Android device, surely with its better resolution?

Mike
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Mike

Just above the time on the right hand sides says Optus, so I imagine it would be them

Buzz Moody
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I photoshopped it there

Glad you found it convincing though

rightwingman
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rightwingman

Optus don’t brand their handsets physically, only Telstra do.

arthur k
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What market share does HTC have worldwide at the moment?

Dylan
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Dylan

wouldve been cool on vha, so i guess ill cross this off the list.

rezwan
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rezwan

FLOPTUS …blah…What the h*** VHA doin….**Sigh**

rightwingman
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rightwingman

Its being launched at Optus on postpaid, sometime in October. Could be anywhere from 19C to 29C to 49C. Staff have been trained on the device.

Buzz Moody
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Thought so

rightwingman
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rightwingman

Specifically its being ‘announced’ by HTC tomorrow but wont be in stores for a few weeks at Optus

rezwan
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rezwan

Fingers Crossed …please let it be on “3”

rezwan
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rezwan

HTC touch diamond (running windows mobile 6.1) is on 3 for $19 cap.

rezwan
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rezwan

I have seen HTC touch diamond on 3 website now its vanished…Strange!!

ilzy
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ilzy

wow, all this time and it’s being launched tomorrow to a currently unknown carrier??? you’d think that we’d’ve known about this weeks ago! (at least by rumour)

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come on Virgin dooo eeeeet

PseudoEdge
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PseudoEdge

Yes, please…. finally!!! Do it Virgin

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