A new HTC handset is bound to land in Korea known as the HTC Rider. The device has gone under a series of names. During the development, the device is known as the HTC Supersonic and was leaked throughout the internet following as a variant of the Android based HTC HD2.
The HTC EVO 4G has been tagged as the flagship model under Sprint’s Android smartphones that runs on its WiMAX network.
Sometimes the device is being called as the Android version of the HD2 because of their hardware similarities. Now called as the HTC EVO 4G+, the handset packs a few more quirks that is exclusively available on the handset such as video calling.
Unfortunately, unlike the EVO 3D where it was based, this handset do not sport the same 3D capture nor playback features. Aside from the omission of 3D, the specifications remain the same from what was leaked last month.
The device will run a 1.2 GHz dualcore CPU together with 1 GB of RAM. The dual five megapixel cameras will not be seen on the handset. Instead, an 8 megapixel shooter can be found on its back paired with a 1.3 megapixel camera in front. You can view the videos and images captured on its 4.3 qHD touch display.
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Official statement of release and pricing from HTC is yet to come, so stay tuned.