4.5-inch HTC Raider arrives in South Korea, AT&T awaiting it as the HTC Holiday
1. gaby1451 (Posts: 113; Member since: 30 Mar 2011)
Wow this phone is BEAST. The Koreans sure know how to do their 4G well! Engadget also reported HSPA downloads at 21Mbps down and 5.76Mbps up. My question is, what are "real world" download and upload 4G speeds for these theoretical maximums in S. Korea?
5. PeterIfromsweden (Posts: 1230; Member since: 03 Aug 2011)
In sweden the theoretical 4G speed is about 80 mpbs, and real life speed is about 30-45 mbps
2. JordanCox (Posts: 21; Member since: 17 Apr 2011)
Totally buying this once it comes out. Can't wait!!! Saving up my money now haha.
3. waka waka (unregistered)
Edit: BB Torch will be the first to ride AT&T 4G Waves, its already here at 49.99
4. Dr.Phil (Posts: 864; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
Not real 4G speeds, it is HSPA+. Also, it was definitely not the first. Did you crawl out from your rock a few days ago? The First HSPA+ device I believe was the HTC Inspire 4G.
8. snowgator (Posts: 3188; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
Waka- when was the last time Blackberry was first in anything???
7. snowgator (Posts: 3188; Member since: 19 Jan 2011)
What an outstanding choice to kick off interest in AT&T's fledging LTE. They have a ways to go to see even the dust trail left by Verizon, but this beast will get the motor running.
9. one korean (unregistered)
If Holiday and Rider is different and if that affect the rooting then I will not buy rider.. you know that? Now in korea Evo4g+(evo3d but no 3d and put wibro) users cannot root cannot use custom rom... It is useless to buy htc..
10. osanilevich (Posts: 239; Member since: 29 Sep 2009)
This phone is incredible, although I think HTC should have given it beats auto and NFC (not to mention sense 3.5)
12. imacookiekekekeke (unregistered)
It does have sense 3.5
13. Kelsey J. (unregistered)
My friend just bought the HTC Raider from some wholesaler in china. Paid 283 for it. It's realllyyy nice.. and fast as ever. I'm thinking about just getting The Raider instead of holding out on AT&T.