Press Renders Leak For The Blue HTC One M8

You already knew that more colors were on the way for the HTC One M8, and we have seen the red version headed for Verizon Wireless here in the states. Other colors of course include the original three, champagne, silver, and gunmetal, with rumors about a non exclusive red color, a stealth black, and even blue and pink. While the blue color variant we kind of expected because HTC gave us a blue HTC One M7 from last year, the pink was somewhat out of left field and no one saw that coming. We heard about it from evleaks before he posted images of course, and not long after the leak we saw the press renders make their way to the web. We made our our very own mock up image of the pink HTC One M8 when evleaks had announced it and the actual pink is lighter than we expected.

Today, thanks again to evleaks were getting our first look at the press render for the blue version of the HTC One M8 and it looks to be on the lighter side as well but very close to the blue M7 from last year. For those that never saw the blue HTC One M7, this blue M8 looks a lot like the blue accents that came on the HTC One S from T-Mobile that came out a couple years ago. If you were waiting to see some of the more varied and fun colors for the HTC One M8 before you decided to buy one, you've now seen what the press renders look like for the pink, red, and blue colors so now you can take your pick.

The blue M8 looks almost like a cobalt blue, which actually wouldn't be a bad name for the color variant. Electric blue would be another good name. So far there isn't any details about when the blue model will be made available and exactly where consumers will be able to buy it, but usually once the press renders for the device come out the release isn't terribly far behind. Are you keen on the blue M8? Can you see yourself walking around with HTC 2014 flagship sporting this vibrant of a color?

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