The HTC Raider is a monster of an LTE phone that was only officially announced in Korea before now. Canada's Rogers and Bell have both added the phone to their LTE lineups. The Canadian Raider's dual-core CPU speed has been dropped to 1.2 GHz from the 1.5GHz of the Korean version, and LTE speed is listed at 75Mbps rather than Korea's 100Mbps. You'll never see speeds nearly that fast in real life, but Bell claims an expected average download speed of 12–25Mbps. Other than the CPU and the LTE differences, the phone remains identical to its Korean counterpart, with that huge (but not enormous like the Sensation XL) 4.5-inch qHD (540x960) display wrapped around 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and an 8-megapixel camera. The phone runs Android 2.3.4 and Sense 3.0, so it won't be getting that Dropbox bonus that comes with Sense 3.5. There's no word on an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for this phone yet but HTC said its goal is to upgrade as many recent devices as possible. Rogers customers get the Raider for $149.99 on a three-year contract, and Bell does not yet have a price, but a sales rep told us it would be revealed early next week. The Raider recently showed up at the FCC, so it should arrive in the US soon as well.