It seems that Verizon will soon discontinue two of its Android smartphones — HTC2 and HTC Rhyme — both of which now have the magical price point of zero dollars (FREE). The offer is good “while supplies last” and also asks you to put your signature on a two-year contract, which is well, required in most cases with any U.S. carrier.
Specs wise, we’re talking about mid-range devices (by today’s standards) that will most certainly be “good enough” for most users. Moreover, both phones have the specs that should be able to handle Ice Cream Sandwich (1GHz CPUs), though at the moment we’re not sure when the Taiwanese company will release the update. Guess we’ll find out in the next couple of weeks or so.
So what do you say? Are you willing to get one of these two Verizon’s HTC smartphones? If so look for them at the carrier’s website and follow the on-screen procedure…
[Via: Unwired View]
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