HTC has pulled the wrappers off another gold edition of its flagship One smartphone. The new model represents a significantly more affordable option than its first gold blower, a £2,000, 18-carat number.
This blingy take on its flagship phone will set you back €625 from next month, although expect that price to drop significantly if you decide to nab it on a monthly contract.
Aside from the gaudy colour scheme, which appears to be a theme across tech at the moment what with Apple’s iPhone 5s ‘champagne edition’ and various Samsung blowers going for gold, the specs of the device remain the same.
That means you still get a full HD, 1080p display, clocking in at 4.7-inches. There’s an ultra pixel snapper, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean (set to make the jump to Android 4.4 KitKat in January) and the latest HTC Sense custom skin too.
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