If you’re about to snap up a brand new HTC One (M8), you may want to hold off a just a little bit longer. A newly leaked press render courtesy of @evleaks reveals a beautiful blue variant of the flagship handset that could hit shelves in the near future.
— @evleaks (@evleaks) May 12, 2014
Today’s leak follows a report earlier this month, also from @evleaks, claiming HTC will release red and pink versions of the One (M8) as well. There’s still no word on when these variants will launch, though hopefully it won’t be too long from now. Then again, last year’s blue variant of the original HTC One took months to hit the market, finally arriving at Best Buy in September a good six months after the phone was initially unveiled.
The One (M8) is still a beauty no matter what color you choose. HTC upgraded its design from last year to include even more metal for a premium look and feel, while packing the device with all the latest specs including a Snapdragon 801 processor and a 5-inch 1080p display. If you’re desperate to upgrade to a new phone today there’s no real reason to hold off, but if you don’t mind waiting for this beautiful blue variant.
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