Thursday , May 24 2018

HTC One M8 appears in red, live pictures and renders available.

HTC One M8 Red Verizon Render
Thinking the HTC One (M8) that appeared last month with Verizon branding thanks to @evleaks in red looked good? Well, it’s made an appearance in Taiwan in living colour apparently ahead of an imminent launch.

The photos, more of which are available on shows the phones retail packaging, rear and front, as well as comparison shots to a red HP laptop.

But, that’s not all. It appears that a launch for the red version of the HTC One (M8) could be sooner than we think. HTC has also apparently commissioned a 3D render of the HTC One M8 in Red, from the same company who has already created renders of the M8 in Gunmetal Grey, Glacial Silver and Amber Gold. While the render doesn’t appear on the HTC webpage, it’s featured on the Sketchfab webpage.

HTC One (M8) in Red
by HTC
on Sketchfab

GSMArena are thinking that the appearance of the render could indicate an imminent launch, but just how imminent is up for discussion. As usual, the colour variants rarely make their way to Australia, but if you think red is your colour, then your local importer will be more than willing to help.

Source: @EvLeaks, GSMArena, and
Via: GSMArena.

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Sean Royce
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Sean Royce

That phone looks sick in that colour. Off topic, the sites new interface is amazing. Very modern.

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