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Mobile Review: HTC Rhyme

By: Samir Makwana, The Mobile Indian, MumbaiLast updated August 24, 2013 5:50 pm

Mobile  Review: HTC Rhyme

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Chic styled and rounded corners bearing HTC Rhyme is the handset that marries feminine looks with a smart hardware power.
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Pros

  • Fresh HTC Sense 3.5 UI feel & appeal
  • Super fast boot time
  • Great number of pre-loaded and ready to use apps

Cons

  • No bundled micro SD card
  • No Dedicated Camera button
  • Cumbersome charging slot cover

HTC has finally stepped into the gender equality arena and made a sincere attempt to draw a thinner line. The new HTC Rhyme handset is aimed at the chic and well-informed feminine audience which is clear from the handset colours offered and the native themes pre-loaded.

HTC Rhyme steps in like a HTC Desire S albeit with different styling and software experience. The Rhyme debuts the HTC Sense 3.5 user interface which makes the phone look fresh and different from its predecessors in terms of software.

HTC Rhyme is targeted towards the fashion aware audience who would love to carry around a fairly decent smartphone with different than a regular colour tone. To please the girls and women, HTC has added a 'Charm' accessory which does more than resting across the slender wrists. The Indian version of HTC Rhyme packaging comes in the usual white box whereas the ones outside the United states comes in a box that matches exactly to the colour of the phone. Then again, we are not sure if HTC will be offering such packaging for India as well.

Take a look at our sincere and gender-equal account of HTC Rhyme.

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