The HTC Rhyme offers impressive smartphone technology

Dec 29th, 2011 | By phoneslimited | Category: Telecommunications

The HTC Rhyme is a handset which delivers useful functionality, advanced technology as well as an endearing aesthetic appeal into the palm of the consumer. The unit itself comes with an impressive 1 GHz Scorpion processor which combines perfectly with the android operating system, to provide an extensively functional smart phone with dimensions which measure 116 mm x 61 mm wide and 10 mm thick.

Internet access is provided by virtue of 3G and Wi Fi options, with speeds of up to 14.4 Mbps available. The connection alterntives available within the handset also includes GPRS and EDGE connectivity in conjunction with Bluetooth and Micro USB options. In addition a useful micro-SD card slot is provided which is used for the provided 8 GB card as well as providing a means of expanding the memory capacity of the handset up to 32 GB.

The handsets display screen is a 3.7 inch S-LCD capacitive display which also includes touch screen functionality as well as the ability to display 16 million color combinations. In addition the unit also comes with accelerometer and proximity sensors which in essence, automate numerous tasks. Navigation around the various functions and features is provided by the touch sensitive controls as well as the ever popular HTC sense user interface, which within this unit is version 3.5.

The handset also comes with satellite navigation, SNS integration in addition to an organiser and a range of Google related features. A 5.0 mega pixel camera, is provided which is able to record high quality 720 pixel video, whilst the unit also comes with a stereo FM radio with RDS functionality and an MP4/MP3 multimedia player.

The HTC Rhyme, that in various ways bears striking similarities to the ever popular HTC Radar is a unit which combines functionally impressive technology with an endearing styling which is engaging.

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