HTC has announced the stunning white and beautiful black editions of the HTC One handset, but the company was tight lipped about the third color variant of the handset at its event. It look like the HTC One phone is also coming in sexy red colored editions. The company has listed the red HTC One edition on its official website.
Three of the four major U.S. carriers – AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile (but no Verizon) have already announced their plans to carry the HTC One in the coming months. We guess the red HTC One phone might be offered on some carriers only and the manufacturer might come up with the limited access of the third color edition. We are also not sure whether or not all three color options will be available on all carriers. The white and black editions will begin shipping globally in late March, and the U.S. based carriers haven’t also mentioned about exact ship dates and contract price tags.
If you are looking to grab the new HTC One, you can get it by trading in your current HTC phone for a $100 credit.
You will get a 4.7 inch Full HD 1080p display at 468 PPI, while the device is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 1.7GHz quad-core processor, UltraPixel camera, which has 300% more light than traditional sensors, and it can record HDR video (high dynamic range video) with low light shades. It will ship with Android 4.1.2 JB OS and Sense 5.0 with a complete visual redesign, carrying clean modern looks. Oh boy, it looks like Windows Live Tiles. Speakers are stereo and located on the front of the device, and you can control your TV, set top box, and receiver with the help of HTC One handset.