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HTC Rhyme / Bliss

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HTC Rhyme: More than Just A Smart Femme Phone

30 September 2012
  • Summary: P.S. Please don’t ask us what colours “clearwater” and “hourglass” are. The males on staff don’t know, and the females just laugh and shake their heads.
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Overall 7

HTC Rhyme Review

6 April 2012
  • Summary: In a day and age where we have dual-core smartphones ruling to roost, it's a little hard to recommend a single-core smartphone. It's not like the device is bad. The camera has some nice effects. Apps run smoothly until you start some heavy multitasking. The Sense 3.5 is one of the best skins to overlay the Android OS and the fact that the Rhyme is expected to receive the ICS update soon makes it future proof.
  • Pros: Good build and design, Sense 3.5 is a refreshing UI over Android, Upgradable to ICS, Good battery life
  • Cons: Single-core processor, Charm is a useless accessory, Battery cannot be removes
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Overall 7

HTC Rhyme

16 March 2012
  • Excerpt: This slim and stylish mid-range phone adds plenty of bells and whistles for its pricetag
  • Pros: Intuitive user interface, Clear display, Good call quality, Extremely helpful instruction manual
  • Cons: Relatively poor picture quality, Small screen compared to phone’s overall physical footprint, Relatively big, heavy design, Difficult to remove casing and battery
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HTC Rhyme Review (Verizon) – Is it the Go-To Phone for Women?

Chip Chick
6 March 2012
  • Excerpt: Ordinarily when it comes to smartphone reviews, we break the phone’s hardware and software down into sections like display, performance, etc. But the new HTC...
  • Pros: Excellent form-factor, fun and unique accessories included in the box – plus more available, HTC Sense widgets enhances the Android experience
  • Cons: Call quality issues, device tends to heat up in use, not a 4G device, a bit pricey for it specs, battery life could be better
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Overall 7

HTC Rhyme Review

3 March 2012
  • Summary: HTC has tagged the Rhyme with an MRP of Rs.29,999, but you can find it in shops for Rs.27,500 or maybe even a bit less online. The problem is that, it’s arrived to the party a bit late, since there are more powerful phones priced above and below it, forcing one to think twice before buying it. Your other choices are the Xperia Arc S, which sits at 29K, the Xperia Pro which is 26K and HTC’s own Incredible S, which is cheaper at 25K.
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Overall 8

HTC Rhyme Review: In Depth

25 February 2012
  • Conclusion: With its gorgeous build, unusual colour and the inclusion of a charm (while gimmicky), the Rhyme seems to be aimed at a female demographic, some (not all) of whom would prefer its plummy charms it that of a standard black/grey smartphone. What’s really refreshing is that despite focusing on style, HTC  hasn’t compromised on features and performance. Sure there's no dual-core processor, but that's missing the point about the Rhyme.
  • Pros: Fantastic build quality, 1Ghz processor feels fast, HTC Sense includes some useful features, Useful charging/speaker dock
  • Cons: Uncomfortable headphones, Poor HD movie quality, Screen resolution could be higher
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Overall 6

Expert Review

6 February 2012
  • Conclusion: The phone comes with 4GB of internal storage but only about 1GB may be used but HTC have generously included an 8GB microSD card in the bundle. It also comes with 768MB of RAM. The dimensions are 119 x 60.8 x 10.85 mm and it weighs only 130 grams. The phone feels slimmer though as it tapers at the back near the edges. The HTC Rhyme comes with a 5mpx camera with auto focus and an LED flash that is capable of taking videos at 720p.
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HTC Rhyme Video Review Part 1

22 January 2012

HTC Rhyme Video Review Part 2

21 January 2012

HTC Rhyme Written Review by Sydney

19 January 2012
  • Summary: My overall experience with the Rhyme was fantastic. I can honestly say that I've enjoyed my time with this phone. Now, I don't know if that's because it's simply a great phone, if it's because HTC did their job in creating a device that would appeal to women, or if I'm simply buying into the marketing. Either way, I am impressed.
  • Pros: As usual from HTC, excellent hardware design; crisp Super-LCD display; additional camera features on top of great camera quality; Sense UI; included accessories are high-quality and useful; fast processor.
  • Cons: Charm wasn't as useful as HTC hoped it would be; non-removable battery; poor HD video quality.
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