Looks like the HTC Rider we’ve been hearing so much is actually going to be called the HTC EVO 4G+. It’ll be launched in Korea and will have stats quite similar to HTC’s next generation of phones, like the HTC Sensation. It’ll have Qualcomm’s 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4.3 inch qHD display and an 8 megapixel camera with a front-facing camera. There’s a camera switch on it like the EVO 3D, but it’s used for switching between video and still images. That’s about it folks – another high-end HTC phone, but not meant for European and North American markets.
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