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HTC Gratia / HTC Gratia A6380

alaTest has collected and analyzed 64 reviews of HTC Gratia / HTC Gratia A6380. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. People really like the usability and size. The design and portability also get good feedback. Reviews are divided on the camera. Some have doubts about the GPS navigation and battery.

performance, portability, design, size, usability

battery, GPS navigation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the HTC Gratia / HTC Gratia A6380 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Andrew Williams (

HTC Gratia


The HTC Gratia is the latest mid-range Android from the master phone crafters.

Great screen ; Cute design ; Android 2.2 OS

Poor camera ; No Flash 10.1 support ; Limited internal memory

The Gratia performs much better than its low-end 600MHz processor might suggest. Thanks to Android 2.2 and the well-optimised Sense software, this phone zips along at a pace not much slower than its 1GHz-chip big brothers. Only those that demand full...

Mar, 2011

Expert review by : Matthew Clapham (

HTC Gratia review


Is this 3.2-inch HTC smartphone a little something for everyone, or a small misstep for the mobile giant?

Great HTC Sense-enriched core experience ; Good hardware design ; Intelligent mobile browsing ; Contacts well managed ; Easy to get online and synced up

Flash for the web is a wash ; Battery life is less than stellar ; GPS is a battery killer ; Weaker processor than we'd like ; Lacks HD video and camera flash

The US's slimline, Android-running HTC Aria was due to arrive on UK and European shores back in November, albeit rebranded as the less-musical-sounding Gratia and boasting Android 2.2 (Froyo), rather than 2.1 (Eclair).

Mar, 2011

Expert review by : Mat Smith (

HTC Gratia Review


The HTC Gratia isn't attempting to dethrone the Desire HD, it's a very different proposition- with a shrunken frame noticeably smaller than the rest of the HTC family. Although the innards may have…

Feb, 2011

Expert review by : Mobile Choice UK (

HTC Gratia review -


Android 2.2 Froyo OS, responsive touch-screen, great social networking features, cute design

Virtual keyboard is just a little slow, newer versions of Android have already been announced for HTC phones

Apr, 2011

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HTC - Gratia


HTC's Gratia is designed to fit in the space between high-end Android smartphones such as the HTC Desire HD, and entry-level models such as the Orange San Francisco, a rebranding of ZTE's Blade handset. But to ...

If you want a smartphone for occasional use of the web, Google Maps, video watching and so on, the HTC Gratia might just suit. If, on the other hand, you plan to indulge in those kinds of activities regularly you'd be better off with a larger screen...

Mar, 2011

Expert review by : Sandra Vogel (

HTC Gratia review


HTC's latest budget Android smartphone might look like a bargain, but it's actually a false economy as Sandra Vogel discovers.

The build quality of the HTC Gratia is impressive. The optical touchpad feels like a throwback to older HTC handsets which is unsurprising since the Gratia is, to all intents and purposes, an older model that's been warmed over for the UK market. While...

Mar, 2011

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HTC Gratia


In a smartphone world currently dominated by 4-inch behemoths, the surprisingly compact 3.2-inch HTC Gratia makes a pleasant change. It's still packed with features, however, and gets a pin-sharp screen. Read on to find out if it can better its larger...

The HTC Gratia is a nice smartphone, but it simply lacks any stand-out features. It's worth a look if you simply want a small handset with a decent battery life, but there are better all-round devices on the market. HTC Gratia is tagged with HTC...

Mar, 2011

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HTC Gratia review


Shop around - it's worth paying a little bit more for the similarly sized and superior HTC Legend

Android 2.2, sharper screen than the Wildfire

Lacks the best bits of HTC Sense

Mar, 2011

Expert review by : Sandra Vogel (

HTC Gratia review


We review the HTC Gratia, a compact mid-range Android device

Small and pocket friendly, Very solid shell, Sports HTC’s lovely optical trackpad

Lacking internal storage, Screen is low resolution and too small for some tasks, Processor struggles with video playback

A reasonable mid range Android smartphone though it does struggle with video and lacks on board memory

Mar, 2011

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HTC Gratia Review by


HTC has managed to produce a well put-together mid-range handset

The virtual keyboard is sluggish; HTC handsets will be getting newer versions of Android

HTC has managed to produce a well put-together mid-range handset and the Android 2.2 operating system will be powerful enough for most users for the time being

HTC has managed to produce a well put-together mid-range handset and the Android 2.2 operating system will be powerful enough for most users for the time being.

Feb, 2011