HTC has unveiled new colour options for its current-generation Android smartphones, ahead of the launch of its latest effort, the Desire HD, later this month.
The HTC Legend, which won smartphone-fancying aesthetes’ admiration for its cool aluminium, unibody shell, will now be available with a phantom black finish.
HTC’s Desire is on the way in a brand new, all-white colourway, alongside the standard black, graphite and red editions.
Florian Seiche, President of HTC Europe, Middle East and Africa, said: “We are always looking for ways to broaden the customer’s mobile experience. We understand that our customers love to express themselves, whether it is through their music, fashion or their mobile phone.
“We work hard to provide a strong portfolio of mobile phones, to give our customers the variety and choice in terms of experience, look and feel, that they crave.”
The Desire HD, the sequel to the HTC’s most popular Android smartphone, is now set to go on sale October 11th, according to an insider at retail giant Carphone Warehouse.
Features include an eight megapixel camera with high definition video recording, a 4.3-inch touchscreen for enjoying media on the go and the latest 2.2 edition of Google’s trendy Android operating system.