HTC One In An Azure Blue Shell Surfaces Online [REPORT]

By Akash

    HTC is having a great year after the launch of its flagship device, the HTC One. It's been getting some great reviews and the device has been selling well since its launch in March. Now, an azure blue shell version of the phone has surfaced in China. We found this picture of the HTC One in an azure blue aluminum shell variant. Don't expect any new features, its just going to be the same brilliant HTC One in a brand new and exciting color.

     

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    HTC One In An Azure Blue Shell Surfaces Online [REPORT]

    The picture of new blue shell was supposedly snapped by an employee who works for a factory that has been contracted to make parts for HTC. If it is as authentic as it looks, then be prepared to see this loud new variant on store shelves soon. And yes, the specs of the device won't change. Expect the same 1.7GHz quad core processor, 4.7 inch full HD display, 2GB of RAM and an Ultra Pixel camera.

    When the company does give out information about the distribution of this new variant of the HTC One, Gizbot will make sure that you know about it immediately. Until then, we're going to keep our eyes peeled for the HTC One Max Phablet that might just hit store shelves in September.

    HTC One In An Azure Blue Shell Surfaces Online [REPORT]

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    We'd love to hear about your thought on the HTC One azure blue variant. Would you buy it? Let us know in the comment section or over Twitter and Facebook.

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