HTC Announces New Gold One Handset

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Just the other day we reported that a gold colored HTC One was going on sale in Finland, and today HTC has made an official announcement stating that the gold colored HTC One would be going on sale in Europe. The Gold HTC One shares the same guts and glory of the normal silver-colored HTC One. So far, HTC has released the One in both blue and red colors, and five exclusive real 18-carat gold HTC Ones, which were given out as awards at the Music Of Black Origin fest in Glasgow.

HTC did not detail pricing or availability for the gold colored HTC One, but the unlocked device has been listed on Finnish retailer Giganitti website for €650, and we can’t imagine it getting pricier than that.

Are you interested in a gold HTC One? Let us know in the comments.

Press release follows below.

HTC ONE® RECEIVES GOLDEN MAKEOVER FOR CHRISTMAS
The world’s best smartphone, now in Gold arrives in Europe

Country, Nov. 25, 2013 — HTC, a global leader in mobile innovation and design, today unveiled its award-winning HTC One flagship model in a sophisticated new colour. Available across Europe and building on the existing colour portfolio of Silver, Black, Blue and Red, the new HTC One in Gold packs the power and acclaimed features of this premium model into a brushed body with black accents that oozes luxury and style.
Philip Blair, President of EMEA commented, “Building on the all metal design of the HTC One, and the recent success of the HTC 18 carat gold MOBO phone, we are excited to have developed our owngold device, offering yet more choice to consumers”.
The HTC One has won international recognition for its stunning design. With its striking brushed finish and metal unibody design, the latest shade makes gold the glamorous colour of the festive season and a must-have for starting 2014 in style.
This latest addition to the family comes with all of the features of the HTC One, including HTC Zoe, HTC BlinkFeed and HTC BoomSound. The device will be available across Europe with a number of partners.

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