HTC is it sounds as if entering the gold-colored recreation with a new One Smartphone. Finland-based retailer Gigantic on Monday began selling a gold-colored HTC One that includes a four.7-inch display and 1.7GHz quad-core processor. The handset comes with an identical design as earlier HTC One fashions. However, it boasts a lengthy-rumored gold end. HTC already sells variations in silver, black, blue, and purple.
Rumors surfaced in September that HTC used to be taking into account launching a gold-colored Smartphone. The company has remained tight-lipped on those plans and has yet to confirm the golden HTC One’s existence. Whether or not the gigantic listing is a mistake or an indication of extra rollouts is unknown.
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CNET has contacted HTC for comment. We can update this story when we’ve got extra data. In addition to probably joining the gold-colored market, HTC’s Google Play variation of the One Smartphone is getting it’s Android 4.four (Kit Kat) replace. Current house owners can access the over-the-air replacement and start working on Google’s newest Android build beginning on Monday.