by Darryl Doak, 2 years ago
This week, Sprint has made a few interesting moves. While carriers like Verizon are on a high end product assault with repeated releases of phones like the HTC Thunderbolt, Samsung Droid Charge, LG Revolution, Droid…
HTC’s plum-colored Android phone, the HTC Rhyme–which many say is a ladies phone–has finally made its way into the U.K. The HTC Rhyme is now available exclusively at O2.
Available both on and off contract from the carrier, this purple delight can be yours for free on a two-year £27 a month deal, or for £349.99 off contract. Also included are the Bluetooth docking station, the tangle-free earbuds, and of course, the Charm.
For those of you not familiar with the HTC Rhyme, it features a 3.7-inch display with Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The Rhyme also brings you a 1-GHz processor, with 4 GB of flash memory and 768 MB of RAM–which are standard on most newer HTC phones.
The HTC Rhyme has been available on Verizon Wireless for quite some time, but now the Rhyme has taken a road trip across the Atlantic over to the U.K. to be your new Android phone on O2.
Any of our UK readers going to pick this one up? Or are you looking for the awesome-looking Galaxy Nexus?