HTC is on a roll these days, what with their range of smartphones that are sure to have a little bit of something for everyone, ranging from the low end to mid-range and even high end models. Well, the HTC Rider has been one of the speculated smartphones to come for months now, where this is actually the HTC EVO 4G+ – that is the final moniker which it will be sold in South Korea, the land where smartphones are just about anywhere and everywhere. After the HTC Rider’s (or rather, should we say the HTC EVO 4G+) release, there will also be the EVO WiMax rollout that arrived at KDDI Japan recently.

You won’t get any stereoscopic 3D goodness here, although the specifications have more or less remained similar to what was dug up some time ago – including a dual core 1.2GHz CPU, a 4.3″ qHD display, 1GB RAM, a 1080p-capable 8-megapixel shooter and a front facing 1.3-megapixel camera. With a 2D/3D toggle switch that has been repurposed, that will now help you choose between still and video camera modes.

Where connectivity is concerned, the EVO 4G+ will deliver South Korea’s WiBro flavor of WiMax, alongside 14.4Mbps HSPA+ cellular broadband on the 900MHz and 2100MHz bands, DLNA-enabled 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0 support. Seems to be quite the feature packed phone, no?

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