Verizon Wireless this week said it will sell HTC Corp.’s Rhyme smartphone Sept. 29 at $199.99 after contract.

The device will include a 1Ghz CPU, 3.7-inch LCD display, 5MP camera with 720p video recording functionality, front-facing camera, 4GB internal storage, 8GB microSD card, Google Inc.’s Android OS, and 3G speed functionality.

The Rhyme, which the manufacturer says is targeted at the female consumer, includes a plum finish and a clip-on charm accessory that will light up when the user receives a call or message.

Additional accessories include tangle-free headphones and wireless charging dock.

Current HTC devices on Verizon include the Thunderbolt 4G, Droid Incredible 2, and the HTC Trophy.

Verizon Wireless currently holds 106 million subscribers in the U.S. It began offering a 4G LTE network in 2011.

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