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Reviewed on 2015-03-18
Intuitive user interface, Clear display, Good call quality, Extremely helpful instruction manualRelatively poor picture quality, Small screen compared to phone's overall physical footprint, Relatively big, heavy design, Difficult to remove casing and battery
This slim and stylish mid-range phone adds plenty of bells and whistles for its pricetag, including its cranberry color (a hit with consumer testers) and accessories such as a desktop dock and a purse charm. Camera tools and settings include face detectio...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-27
The HTC Rhyme was announced and it looks like a great mid-range phone for fashion-conscious users.HTC Rhyme: DesignThe Rhyme doesn't feel small, per se; it's just not as gargantuan as all the 4-, 4.3- and 4.5-inch handsets we've been manhandling lately. I...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-27
The HTC Rhyme was announced and it looks like a great mid-range phone for fashion-conscious users.HTC Rhyme: DesignThe Rhyme doesn't feel small, per se; it's just not as gargantuan as all the 4-, 4.3- and 4.5-inch handsets we've been manhandling lately. I...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-06
Good build and design, Sense 3.5 is a refreshing UI over Android, Upgradable to ICS, Good battery lifeSinglecore processor, Charm is a useless accessory, Battery cannot be removes
Smartphones today have become more of a style statement along with housing some impressive power under the hood. We have devices like the iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S2 and the Motorola Razr that are not only eye catchers with their design, but boast of som...
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Reviewed on 2012-04-03
The touchscreen is pretty easy to use, although it did hang once or twice during our usage. But ignoring that, the wallpapers look pretty good. The homescreens look good too and the way they move using the processor, it just takes your heart away.Download...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-31
Classy looks, Good processor, Decent camera, Sufficient RAMVery expensive, Lack of display protection, Absence of dedicated camera key
HTC's new addition HTC Rhyme has captured a massive market across the globe. This phone has been launched in India. The device comes in specifically for women who love to have a good collection of colors in their devices. This handset is a good deal to cr...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-26
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 you will kn...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-06
HTC’s Sense, Unique bundle, Good build quality, Hotswappable microSD,Nonremovable battery, Single core CPU, Dock can’t be used to connect to PC, Screen doesn’t handle black very well
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 pink and just wish...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-03
Colour is a rarity when it comes to HTC handsets, but there's always an exception to every rule. In HTC's case, the black sheep of its smartphone family is the HTC Rhyme, a metallic handset in a plum colour that's definitely not on our Pantone chart. I...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-29
HTC is known for the stylish and solid designs of their phones that would cater to the male and female market. Their entry-level phones, particularly the HTC ChaCha and the HTC Wildfire S, have colors that would really appeal to the ladies.What they're mi...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-25
The purple styling on the HTC Rhyme won't suit everybody, but then again it's not designed to. Instead, it's targeted at women, with that distinctive colour and an accompanying charm that lights up when the phone rings or notifications come through. The idea of targeting a specific sex is not a new one, and it's usually quite controversial. At least HTC has avoided the typical pink casing, howeve...The HTC Rhyme features a uni-body design, and although quality is impressive, there is a large downside. You won't be able to remove the battery yourself, so there's no option for swapping to a second battery. Battery life is also pretty average, making this more obvious....
The HTC Rhyme is one of the latest smartphones to hit the market, and unlike the majority of other handsets, the Rhyme has been launched specifically with girls in mind. It offers decent styling and a solid feature set, but is it enough to tempt people...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-13
Nice design, latest HTC Sense UI, bundled docking station and accessories, good battery life,Poor headphones, camera not great in low light
The handsets keep a-comin' from HTC, with no sign of letting up. The Rhyme is a mid-range Android with the latest Sense user interface, a 5-megapixel camera and a boxful of accessories.DesignThe Rhyme clearly aimed at people for whom a mere phone just ...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-06
HTC Sense 3.5 upgrade, Deep purple colour/fresh update, Solid build, Speaker dock and light charm are useful, 8GB microSD includedBattery isn't removable, Purple update of the HTC Desire S, Only single core CPU, Headphones didn't stay in ears properly, Average to middling battery power
From stick-on Swarovski bling to mobile phones shaped like make-up compacts (ick) to laptops with 'accessorisable covers to match your outfit!' (seriously?) tech companies have always had a hard time marketing at women without making their product look an...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-06
Build quality, Audio, Included accessoriesLack of video output
Over the past several months I have been given the opportunity to use a handful of smartphones. HTC late last year released the HTC Rhyme, which is much smaller than the average Android smartphone. This phone is specifically geared more towards women with...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-05
Comes with the Charm accessory; Sleek design; Good sound quality; Great UI customisation; Pre-loaded Mirror app.Wi-Fi death-grip; Overpriced; Lacklustre video player; Unimpressive camera; Slightly laggy at times.
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 Android ...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-26
Fresh HTC Sense 3.5 UI feel & appeal, Super fast boot time, Great number of preloaded and ready to use appsNo bundled micro SD card, No Dedicated Camera button, Cumbersome charging slot cover
HTC has finally stepped into the gender equality arena and made a sincere attempt to draw a thinner line. The new HTC Rhyme handset is aimed at the chic and well-informed feminine audience which is clear from the handset colours offered and the native the...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-22
Smooth performance, good screen, latest version of Sense, accessories included,Poor front camera, not listed for ICS upgrade,
HTC has launched yet another smartphone, this time a colourful number called the Rhyme. 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...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-22
In the past several months, HTC had released one smartphone after another. The most notable of which was the triumvirate of the HTC Sensation , HTC Sensation XE , and HTC Sensation XL , which was released around June of 2011 with its succeeding iterations...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-21
It comes in a plum hue and is billed as the €elegant€ phone which €lets you touch up photos so that everyone looks great€ alongside a glowing purple charm. Yes, we know. In a world where feature phones have no place, it€s rare to see a smartphone aimed at...
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Reviewed on 2011-12-19
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, g...
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Processor frequency

1 GHz


Display diagonal

9.4 cm (3.7")

Display resolution

480 x 800 pixels

Orientation sensor
External display

Weight & dimensions


130 g


6.08 cm


1.09 cm


11.9 cm


SIM card capability

Single SIM

2G standards


3G standards


Wi-Fi standards

802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Bluetooth version


Bluetooth profiles



Internal storage capacity

4 GB

Internal RAM

768 MB

Internal ROM

4000 MB

Compatible memory cards

microSD (TransFlash)

Maximum memory card size

32 GB


GPS (satellite)


Operating system installed


Operating system version



Rear camera resolution (numeric)

5 MP

Auto focus
Built-in flash
Front camera
Video recording
Built-in camera


Battery capacity

1600 mAh


Form factor


Colour of product