HTC Rhyme Review: A Phone with a Feminine Touch Discussion

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  1. Jen Edwards

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    The HTC Rhyme is something of a departure from the rest of the herd -- a smartphone designed for women. Underneath the girly plum exterior, you'll find Android OS 2.3.4 running on a 1GHz processor, a 3.7-inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a 5 megapixel camera on the back plus a VGA camera on the front for videoconferencing.

    The HTC Rhyme is available exclusively from Verizon Wireless for $200 with a new two-year service contract. That price goes up to $440 if yu don't qualify for a subsidy.

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    Just saw the Rhyme coming out in the AsiaPac region. Oddly enough, it's not marketed as a feminine phone, rather a mid end phone with Beats earphones. Sort of like the baby brother to the Sensation XL. The Rhyme is actually the Android version of the HTC Radar WP7 Mango phone --- both have the same specs.

    It "sort" of replaces the Desire S. Because the Desire S is an older model, it is often discounted now, but the Rhyme, being a new model, even with the same specs, would fetch higher prices.
     
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