AT&T has been slow at picking up good Android phones.I dropped my iphone (edge) yesterday. Was it accidental or on purpose, I never admit cuz the wife may be behind me, but time for a new phone and I'm done with the iPhone. AT&T has actually been really great in my neck of the woods. Any thoughts on the HTC Aria running on Droid 2.1?
The Aria form factor is nice (I actually really liked the size/weight), but the processor is a generation behind and AT&T has blocked loading of applications onto the phone that aren't from the market (which is a great thing about Android - apps can be loaded outside of the market).
Given how quickly the smartphone market is moving these days, buying a phone with a generation-old processor is a hard sell right now. I'm not sure I'd do it.
I forgot, the Samsung Captivate has landed on AT&T and is probably one of the best smartphones around right now.