The red version of the HTC One was the first to join the initial, conservative, colors: black and silver. It’s been rumored first, then leaked, and, finally, HTC decided to go official on June 27. The phone was initially an exclusive, for Phones4U in the UK, MediaMarkt in Germany, Sprint in the US, and Vodafone in other countries.

The blue HTC One (and One Mini, which we couldn’t shoot because it was missing from the floor) was introduced together with the Desire 601 and 300 (also missing), on September 3. In this video we’re taking a look at these new color options, for a total of four, counting the initial ones. Check it out below!

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