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.
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