Three unannounced in what seem to be officially-looking renders HTC Android smartphones have appeared for the first time. The first handset is the HTC Rider, which kinda looks like Sprint’s Evo 3D, first leak of this smartphone is on April. Reportedly, the Rider features a 4.3 inch qHD 3D display capacitive touchscreen, 1GB of RAM, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, and 1080p video recording (both 2D and 3D), it runs on network with HSDPA and HSUPA speed. It should be released in Korea by KT and hopefully in Europe too.
The second new smartphone is the HTC Holiday, which, judging by the logo seen above its display, is headed to AT&T. Obviously is meant for the AT&T network and should be based on Android too. It’s supposed to be capable of HSPA+ but there is nothing more beyond that. As the
source suggested, it somewhat reminds of HTC Aria. We don’t know much about the Holiday, but since it has a front-facing camera, it may be one of AT&T’s upcoming 4G devices.
There’s no word on when these three new HTC handsets will be announced, stay tuned