HTC launches 3 New Phones in Asia | TC Radar, Rhyme and Sensation XE with Beats Audio

HTC launches 3 new and exciting phones that cater to 3 different phone markets.

HTC has always been a leader in mobile innovation and design, and has come a long way since its early days.

With the mobile phone landscape changing so rapidly, and following the latest launch of the HTC EVO 3D, the brand has unveiled 3 new and exciting devices across the region that are setting the standards for the rest of the industry, at least for 2011.

HTC Rhyme

The HTC Rhyme comes with many accessories that help make the phone more personal and integrated.

The HTC Rhyme is created for people who require advanced features that can fit into their lives seamlessly.

With a smart, elegant unibody and curved design, the Rhyme is a great phone to hold. With HTC Sense quipped in this phone, the user experience is enhanced with an all-new home screen that provides a clean and uncluttered way to interact with the essentials.

Let's not forget the HTC Rhyme Charm - a small light-emitting cube that attaches to the phone by a cord and can be dangled from your bag discreetly, alerting you to incoming calls or messages.

Price: S$699

HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio

The HTC Sensation XE with Beats Audio sets the standard for audio quality on mobile devices.

Well, the name says it all; it's a HTC Sensation XE with the famous Beats Audio embedded into the multimedia component of the phone.

The phone comes together with an exclusive Beats headset and when plugged in to the phone, it automatically switches to the bespoked Beats Audio sound profile, delivering studio tracks tuned specially for the headphone.

With a fuller bass and crisp vocal system, the phone brings out a new level of clarity and range as a result of the headphones and HTC music application working seamlessly together.

Price: S$868

HTC Radar

The HTC Radar is HTC's first Windows mobile device with Mango update, giving a whole new experience to Windows Mobile users

The HTC Radar is HTC's first Windows Phone 7 with Mango update that raises the bar with new and advanced photography, multimedia and social capabilities.

The HTC Radar features a dedicated hardware camera button that can capture vivid images while the f/2.2 aperture lens and back-illuminated sensor provides low-light performance. Its 28mm wide-angle lenses makes it a serious performer when it comes to taking photos.

The new People Hub from Windows Mobile keeps you up to date with your friends' latest news; showing all of your communication history with each other as well as recent social network updates and photos.

Price: S$569
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