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Good build quality.
Hot swappable microSD.
Comes with the Charm accessory.
Good sound quality.
Great UI customization.
Pre-loaded Mirror app.
Innovative docking accessory.
5GB of Dropbox space.
Long battery life.
Above average 5MP camera quality.
Stereo earbuds are included.
Single core CPU.
Dock can’t be used to connect to PC.
Screen doesn’t handle black very well.
Lacklustre video player.
Slightly laggy at times.
Prone to slipping out of hands.
Earbuds on bundled headset too big.
Charm accessory not very useful.
Slow response at times.
Some might not like the color.
Bit of a background “hiss” in calls.
Battery cannot be removed.
Lighted charm seems useless.
Mediocre call quality.
By CoolSmartphone on February 26, 2012
I am a fan of big screen phones. There I admit it, so why I may here you ask do I have HTC‘s latest offering in the Rhyme sitting in front of me for review. Well the reason couldn’t be simpler, if you are a regular reader of Coolsmartphone...
By Tbreak.com on February 06, 2012
I often find that phones catered to females are useless. They’re usually underpowered, based on an old design or colored pink to make it look feminine and that’s all. It’s as if phone manufacturers think that all girls like the color...
By Expert Reviews on February 03, 2012
A competent smartphone with some fun accessories, but it's not particularly inspiring...
By 5FWD on January 25, 2012
Overall, the HTC Rhyme is a nice handset. Aside from the colour, it doesn't really do enough to stand out in a crowded smartphone market, but if you like the styling, and can find a good deal, then it's well worth a second look. HTC Rhyme...
By Wired UK on January 13, 2012
The Rhyme is the kind of high quality midrange handset we've got very used to seeing from HTC, distinguished by its distinctive look and bundled set of accessories. It's a pity about the poor quality headphones, especially since they match the...
By TechTree on January 05, 2012
Expert Review MRP: Rs 30,000Street Price (As On 3-Jan-2012): Rs 26,000 (; ; )Every smartphone in the market brags about CPUs and RAM. However, for the fairer sex all that doesn't seem to matter too much. With that in mind, HTC is out with an...
By V3.co.uk on December 22, 2011
HTC has produced yet another impressive smartphone that delivers in all areas. The handset performed beyond our expectations and the extra accessories are the icing on the cake. Not having Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right away is a relatively...
By The Inquirer on December 19, 2011
Out of the box the Rhyme conforms to the classic HTC look with an oblong but curvy shape, wide front speaker and a set of four buttons below the screen. We like the HTC look but the difference here is the colour. Most of HTC's phones come in black,...
By CNET Asia on December 16, 2011
The bundled accessories make the HTC Rhyme an attractive proposition, despite its average specs....
By Tech2 on December 16, 2011
HTC has tagged the Rhyme with an MRP of Rs.29,999, but you can find it in shops for Rs.27,500 or maybe even a bit less online. The problem is that, it’s arrived to the party a bit late, since there are more powerful phones priced above and below...
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