So long as we have the HTC Aria, let's do some benchmark tests, shall we? The second Android phone from AT&T has a Qualcomm MSM7227 processor at 600MHz. And before you start screaming about how anything that has less than a 1GHz Snapdragon processor shouldn't even be bothered with, remember that the Aria has a 3.2-inch screen and shouldn't need the same processing power as a high-end (read: larger) phone.
And while we've seen a little stutter in some of the games we like to play, you'll find the Aria is as snappy (or snappier, even) as the likes of the Evo 4G and Neuxs One when it comes to tooling around the user interface. But you're going to ignore all that an just bemoan the lack of gigahertz, aren't you. ... So let's just cut to the benchmark tests? After the break, folks.