The HTC Rhyme is a smartphone with a differenceDec 8th, 2011 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications
The HTC Rhyme offers an impressive menagerie of functionality, advanced technology and aesthetic appeal in one impressive unit. The handset is powered by a 1 GHz Scorpion processor coupled with the android operating system, offering an affordable smart phone with measurements of 116 mm x 61 mm wide whilst being 10 mm thick.
The handset includes a display screen which is a 3.7 inch S-LCD capacitive screen which provides impressive performance in addition to touch screen functionality. The display can display an impressive 16 million color combinations while also providing accelerometer and proximity sensors to automate numerous tasks. For navigation the mobile phone includes a variety of touch sensitive controls coupled with the HTC sense user interface, which is version 3.5.
High-speed Web access is provided due to both the 3G and Wi Fi options, making available the means to have access to the internet at speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps. The devices connection options consist of the standard elemenst of GPRS and EDGE connections, coupled with Bluetooth and Micro USB alternatives, while a handy micro-SD card slot is also included, which is used for the purpose of the 8 GB card included and the option of increasing the existing memory capacity within the unit up to 32 GB if desired.
Additionally the unit includes satellite navigation, an organiser as well as an array of Google related features and SNS integration. The unit also incorporates a wide range of additional functions and features such as a 5.0 mega pixel camera, which records 720 pixel video. A stereo FM radio with RDS functionality is included which provides the prospect of tuning in to a broad variety of radio broadcasts, whilst the other choice of an MP4/MP3 multimedia player, permits the user to download and listen to an extensive range of file formats.
The HTC Rhyme, that in many ways appears like the HTC Radar is a smartphone which provides an outstanding and all-encompassing range of technology.
The author writes on a variety of subjects including the HTC Rhyme and the HTC Radar