The HTC Gratia can be considered as a compact, subdued, and old machine but at the same time it manages to be capable, edgy, and new. The HTC Gratia will be the newer version of the HTC Aria that will be rolled out in Europe.
The world of Android consists of screaming big screens which somehow makes it difficult to find something in a small package.
Summary of Features
- 3.2” capacitive HVGA touch screen
- Froyo and Sense UI
- Quad band
- Wi-Fi capable
- 5 MP camera
- microUBS and Bluetooth connectivity
- PDF and Office viewer
- Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube integration
Some of the down sides of this offering from HTC are the following: sunlight legibility is poor; there is nosecondary camera for video calls; no dedicated key for the camera; and the card slot located beneath the battery cover.
We cannot say anything about the design lines since it stands out carrying its signature back panel screw. Somehow it has the hints of the HD Minibut still exudes its uniqueness. The user interface too is very usable giving focus on the social media craze these days. Using the Froyo instead of the Éclair also gave the setup a speed boost.
The sound quality of the HTC Gratia is also very crisp with no problem in terms of signal reception.
The HTC Gratia performs well as a mid range smartphone but the Aria still has a better impression overall. The price might also be something people in the old continent might not be pleased with side by side the other droid phones.