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Nokia's attempt to lure young users by launching colorful Lumia handsets was seen as a bizarre move by many tech manufacturers globally. But when Apple announced the iPhone 5C in six colors, the mainstream media went gaga over the company's well nurtured marketing plan.
Nevertheless, bold and bright color phones are here to stay for a time being. And, the latest entrant to come up with some new colorful range is none other than - HTC. The Taiwanese giant will soon announce HTC One Max in bright red color.
If you are looking to buy the One Max in a red color, then wait for few more days. as HTC is currently planning to launch its flagship device in a brand new avatar. The buzz is that Taiwanese network provider FarEasTone has apparently released an alleged image of a red colored HTC One Max.
The device is seen standing next to another HTC made handset, the Desire 601. There is no word whether HTC will announce red colored HTC One Max official in countries, like India and China.
Not long before, HTC released the One Max in blue and red color in select countries. Most of the time these you'll find that these special variants never ever released outside Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Recently, HTC announced that the HTC One Mini, which is priced at Rs. 32,999 , will be made in two new colors: Blue and Red.
HTC is trying its best to capture Indian handset market by announcing new handset in the coming days to come. The makers behind HTC One could announce all new Desire handset in India this month. The range will start from Rs. 11,000 onwards and goes up to Rs. 30,000 for the high-end model.
While consumers still prefer to buy the HTC One; the makers have plan to introduce the sequel to the original device early next year.
The HTC M8 is rumored to come with a quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 SoC. The 5-inch Full HD monster is expected to have a 4-megapixel UltraPixel rear-facing camera and a long lasting battery life. No more details are available around the HTC One 2.