its available for 369$ on AT&T w/o contract and in taiwan for 14900 taiwan dollars (469$ approx.) wonder why the huge 100$ price difference?
if u ask me yes aria has same specs as legend but without flash , i said that aria is similar to wildfire because of ram and other specs but diferences are lower clock of cpu and lower resolution of screen. Specs are same between aria and HD mini only difernces are os and optical trackpad which isnt that necesserty for touchscreen phone.
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GSMArena, the price makes sense. instead of yuan. try NTdollar, the currency of taiwan and not china. hope that helps =) then 14900 NTdollar will make sense
this thing is way more expensive than samsung galaxy s! 1400euros? hell this is trash
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bufung, 05 Aug 2010Gsm arena team donno how to translate taiwan yuen(sin tai bi) to euro? 14900 devide by 40 u ro... morebut the price still does not make sense, i rather get a legend if the price is that near...
This images HTC Aria in Vietnam:
core, 04 Aug 2010It will probably cost about 200 € not more because the spec. sheet is similar to wildfire and... moreu sure the spec similar to wildfire? look @ it resolution / cpu speed.. it is almost a Legend without AMOLED... or a Hero....
I don't think that 14900 NT dollars is 1700 Euros. Unless the Euro has gone down in value. 14900NT is about $451(USD) which would make it about 342 Euros.
Gsm arena team donno how to translate taiwan yuen(sin tai bi) to euro? 14900 devide by 40 u roughly get the figure in euro.
It will probably cost about 200 € not more because the spec. sheet is similar to wildfire and wildfire is 200€ so i guess that will be the price.
14900 china yuan would be US$2200. However, this is taiwan. Why on earth would a taiwanese article give the price in china yuan? If you take the 14900 to be taiwan dollar instead, that will be about US$471 which makes more sense.
I can see why gsmarena got confused, but really, they should have known better. Taiwan is not a province of china despite what the latter claims, and their currency system is different.
In Taiwan, Yuan is the term used to refer to the New Taiwan Dollar; in China, it's used to refer to the Chinese Renminbi. The author's made the understandable mistake of converting from the latter when they were referring to the former.
14900 Yuan in Taiwan is actually closer to USD 500, folks. So rest assured, no quad-core snapdragon resides in this phone! :D