Just in case you were wondering exactly what the red version of the new HTC One M8 for Verizon Wireless looks like, thanks to this post from infamous leaker evleaks we know the exclusive red Verizon model is coming and this is how it looks. The red finish is a nice beautiful hue that looks rather stunning on top of that metal body, and for once I feel envious of Verizon subscribers. Just like the other Verizon models of the HTC One M8 the phone has the VZW logo stamped on the back near the bottom and in the center, and to be honest everything about the device looks exactly the same except for the color. As if would have been any different.
The HTC One M8 was launched back on March 25th, so nearly a month ago in just a couple short days, but the phone still hasn't launched everywhere which could be a pretty big factor as to why the sales are lower than some expected or hoped. Despite this, the phone is still a modern marvel of its time and exudes the premium quality that HTC is committed to delivering. The design is obviously not much different from its predecessor, but it doesn't have to be as the design was great just the way it was and it was still improved upon. As the old saying goes, if ain't broke don't fix it. The HTC One M8 is being highly praised for it's dual front facing stereo speakers, and anyone who has ever used the older HTC One M7 and this one for comparing audio can attest to its sheer awesome sound quality.
Now that we know Verizon will be getting the exclusive red model of the HTC M8, and we have seen the official leaked image, all that's left to know really is when subscribers on Verizon can go down to their local retail store or hop online and buy this thing. If you were looking forward to picking up an HTC M8 but wanted to hold out for one of the more exclusive colors, this red will surely allow you to be a little more unique in a sea of other HTC M8 owners. There are also other colors rumored to be released like a stealth black and also a blue color, although we haven't seen leaked images of those just yet. Will any Verizon users out there be picking this one up?