Traditionally, most people interested in cell phones concentrated on hard data such as specifications and performance statistics. These people (of which I’m probably one) focused on processor speed, RAM, display resolution, battery capacity and numerous other performance facts and figures. However, out there in the real world, people just wanted to use phones to make their lives easier and it didn’t necessarily have to be the biggest/fastest/best phone – it just had to have the right features and make the customer’s life easier. And that is the beauty of the HTC Rhyme.
The HTC Rhyme was designed from the ground up to be both simple and complete. It is slim and lightweight, yet has the latest version of Android and HTC’s Sense user interface. To make life easier, the Rhyme comes with several terrific accessories, including a docking station, tangle-free earphones and a unique device called a “charm” that makes it easier to see that there’s an incoming call. In the video on the right, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs unboxes the HTC Rhyme and its accessories, explaining how each is used. Click on the video window to the right to get all the details. You can also read what Bob has to say about the Rhyme on the Wirefly Blog.
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