Review: HTC Rhyme for Verizon Wireless
The HTC Rhyme for Verizon Wireless is an interesting Android smartphone in that it targets the fairer sex with its lavender color and charming accessories. Is there enough reason behind this Rhyme to make it worth considering?
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HTC takes a more targeted approach to smartphone users with the Rhyme, a new Android device for Verizon Wireless's network. It ships with some nice extras in the box — including a dock and pulse-in-the-dark charm — but what's really charming about the Rhyme is the attention to the software details. See what HTC gets right and what it gets wrong.
HTC Rhyme for Verizon Focuses On Usability and Reason
HTC and Verizon Wireless today announced the Rhyme, a new Android 2.3 Gingerbread smartphone. HTC explained that the idea behind the Rhyme was to keep people in touch with those they want, while offering a pleasing tactile experience in the hand, with clean and simple lines.
Hands-On: HTC Rhyme
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HTC Adds More U.S. Phones to Android 4.0 List
HTC today announced via its Facebook page a new round of Android smartphones that will be updated to Ice Cream Sandwich. Those devices include the Rhyme, Thunderbolt, and Droid Incredible 2, which are (or were) sold by Verizon Wireless.
Verizon Announces Android 4.0 Update List
Verizon Wireless today published a list of its Android devices that it plans to update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The devices include the: HTC ThunderBolt, Droid Incredible 2, Rhyme, and Rezound; Motorola Xoom, Bionic, RAZR, RAZR MAXX, Droid 4, and Xyboards 8.2/10.1; Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7/10.1; and the LG Spectrum.
Compare to the Incredible 2