The HTC One has well established itself as one of the better looking phones available in the market today. Currently, the handset is available in black and white colour options, but that may soon change. According to Pocket Lint, HTC may be working on bringing other colour variations to the market – namely a red one and a blue one.
The red HTC One first showed its face in the start of this month on HTC's US website, but was pulled down from the website before too long. It later showed up on UK online retailer website Handtec with a price tag of £503.99 (roughly Rs 42,800) for the 32GB variant.
A leaked press image of the red HTC One
The HTC One just recently got an "official" launch in India. HTC joined hands with Reliance Communications to launch the flagship handset earlier this week. Reliance 3G users get 1GB of data free for three months, along with free access to WhatsApp, Facebook and a 3-month subscription to BIGFlix.
There’s no doubt in our minds that the HTC One is currently one of the two best smartphones in the market along with the Samsung Galaxy S4. Thanks to the unibody design and meticulous attention to detail, the One stands apart from the competition. And this is one of the biggest selling points for the phone. Of course, having a full HD display on a 4.7-inch screenand front-facing stereo speakers help the One a great deal as well. The HTC Ultrapixel camera is another big attraction. Take a look at our camera comparison between the various flagships to get a better idea of its performance.
Published Date: May 30, 2013 01:00 pm | Updated Date: May 30, 2013 01:00 pm