Android Invasion: Hot Devices Driving Google's OS Blockbuster


HTC Aria

All eyes are on AT&T, with most agreed that it's a question of when, not if, the carrier will lose its exclusive agreement with Apple to carry iPhone in the U.S. AT&T seems to think so, too, and has spent a lot of time and energy in 2010 making sure it expands to other platforms. Along with the just announced BlackBerry Torch 9800, AT&T has also made several forays into the Android world this year, and the HTC Aria -- Android 2.1, HTC Sense, a 5-megapixel camera, a 3.2-inch HVGA touch screen display with optical joystick and other features -- is probably the best of them. It is also AT&T's second Android-based smartphone, following the Motorola Backfip.