Ladies, The HTC Bliss Is Just For You (How 20th Century)

HTC BlissVerizon’s new HTC Bliss is especially customized for women. It’s a “pretty” seafoam-like green gadget that has a dangling accessory which illuminates when it receives an SMS or missed call. Moreover, the phone has a calorie counter application and a shopping app. Isn’t that amazing.

In May  confidential information on the design had been spilled onto the Web. In addition, several people asserted that the phone would be a combination of previously marketed models and designs. They created the expectation for a super-duper phone, which was supposed to be extremely modern.

Today, the public has much clearer ideas on what to expect from this device. The specifications prove it isn’t too different from phones already in the market.

The new design will share parts similar to those of other phones such as the T-Mobile G2 and the Desire Z. Also it will be powered by Android OS. The Adreno 205 will be its graphics processing unit.

The sole remarkable characteristic is the HTC Sense interface, which tries to be more attractive and simpler, which in the end could prove to be a make or break features. Though recent polls show women might have second thoughts about this phone,  the shopping app and calorie are sure to attract a number of female customers (assuming the applications are solid).

Is there a reason to set up a distinction between the gentlemen and ladies? It remains to be seen. In the meantime, great hardware and software, an enormous number of applications, performance and power is what people want, regardless of their gender.

Source: TechCrunch

Comments

  1. BY Killjoyette says:

    As a woman, I find it insulting that a company thinks I need a simpler phone. I have the same wonderful apps and so much more on my current smart phone, and, surprising as it may seem, I know how to use them all. Anyway, what’s so special about shopping or counting calories? I’ve been doing that just fine, online, on the cloud, or using one or several apps on my current phone. Count me out on anything that caters to silly-woman stereotypes.

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