Put the HTC Rider on Your Radar
We’ve got another new Android phone to keep an eye on today as the HTC Rider surfaces. Nothing is known about this device yet other than it appears to be a touch only handset. The screen size looks to be in the range of 4.-3 inches and the general form factor looks much like an EVO 4G with HTC’s new speaker setup. In other words, it might be a variation of the Sensation. It’s possible that the display is qHD (540×960 resolution) , like that other new leaked HTC Kingdom. Other than that, we’ve got nothing. We’ll be happy to share whatever we come across as it pertains to the HTC Rider. In the meanwhile, we’re sure one of you knows more about this guy. Why don’t you share with us? Hmmm?
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