Then there’s the HTC Kingdom, and its deal is very much like the Rider – not much to go on and looks awfully familiar to other HTC products. In fact, these phones look so similar that it’d be easy for one to mistake them for devices already launched. We’re not saying they’re fake, but we can’t tell either way.
Anywho, the Kingdom looks like it’ll have a qHD display, but we’re unsure about the screen size. The image makes it look thinner and taller than a normal 4.3 inch form factor. And I’m sure that’s not due to the qHD display because the HTC EVO 3D had the same aspect ratio as the original.
If real, these phones are expected to be next generation devices for European countries. (Namely, one of these will be the European version of the EVO 3D, apparently.) Check out images of the Rider (above) and Kingdom (below) courtesy of 911 Sniper (1,2).
Finally, it looks like we’re starting to get more details about the HTC DoubleShot, a phone that was rumored a couple of months ago but didn’t bring with it any sort of clue as to what type of phone it’d be. We later found out that it had a QWERTY keyboard, and now we know why – it’ll be a 4G version of the MyTouch Slide that many of you are fond of. The word comes by way of 911 Sniper who has provided a leaked radio. That’s about all we’re going to get at this point, but the pieces to this puzzle are finally starting to fall into place.