Android Gingerbread HTC Raider 4G Launched In Korea

Yep HTC seems to be flooding the market with Android powered smartphones these days and have now launched yet another Android Gingerbread smartphone in South Korea called the HTC Raider 4G, and we have the details on the new HTC built handset.

According to the guys over on Android Community, HTC has only launched the HTC Raider 4G for South Korea, so it is unclear if the Android smartphone will become available in any other market although the rumour is the device will be heading for AT&T at some point in the future.

So here’s what the HTC Raider 4G offers a 4.5-inch qHD IPS touch screen, the same 1.5GHz dual core processor as the HTC Sensation XE, along with and 8 megapixel rear facing camera with dual LED flash, and 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, and HD video recording.

Other specs include the usual WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, GPS, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, LTE upload speeds of 50Mbps and download of up to 100Mbps, 3G at 5.76Mbps uploads and up to 20Mbps downloads, and all running nicely on the Android Gingerbread OS along with HTC Sense.

The HTC Raider 4G measures 128.8 x 67 x 11.27mm, packs a 1620mAh battery and weighs in at 163.8 grams, and apparently HTC will offer an optional DMB dongle with the HTC Raider 4G in South Korea for those wishing to watch digital TV.

When it comes to pricing there’s currently no word on just how much the HTC Raider 4G will command and as I said earlier, no concrete word on if the device will see the light of day in other markets, but as soon as we hear more we will of course pass it along.


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