The HTC One In Glamour Red Now On Sale In The UK

Just as it was said, the Glamour Red version of the HTC One is now for sale in the UK, exclusively on Phones4U. You can get the phone on contract for Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile or EE starting at £31 a month. You can't get the phone anywhere else, and you can't buy it off-contract online, but you might want to give it a try at a Phones4U store.

The phone is exactly the same as every other HTC One out there, just with a different coat of color. It has the same features with a 4.7 inch display at 1080p resolution, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean with Sense 5, Blinkfeed, Hightlights and Zoes on the Ultrapixel camera and Boomsound for the dual front facing speakers. On the inside, the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 and 2 GB of RAM complete the package. Phones4U carries the 32 GB version of the device.

We've seen renders of the phone before, but luckily we can get a better look at the front, back and side of the device thanks to Phones4U website, which clarifies that you can also get the black or silver versions.

There's been no news about this version of the One coming outside the UK or even if the exclusivity with Phones4U will end. If it ever comes to the U.S. we can guess that Verizon will be the one going after this, we know how much they love to throw red in their phones, so this should fit perfectly. I can already imagine the bright red in every poster all over the country with the words "exclusively on Verizon" all over it.

I'm not sure I like the red color, its a bit too bright for my taste, but how about you? do you like it better than the black or silver version? What color would you choose for your next phone if you could pick any single color? Maybe the Moto X will bring more colors than we can imagine to the table. I think I'll take mine in black, I've always liked my phones to be discrete.

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