Hard evidence of blue HTC One emerges


A blue HTC One version has been rumored since last May. The device has been getting our attention with concept images and renders, but today we have something a little more special. There is hard evidence that proves the metallic blue HTC One exists.

The first leak comes from a leak ninja who claims to work for a factory contracted by HTC to make phone parts. He displays the blue HTC One’s shell in all its glory. Aside from the shiny blue color, everything else should be the same as the good ol’ HTC One.


The second piece of evidence is from a random encounter with a working device. As we say around here, the device was found “in the wild”.


This is not completely revolutionary, but it’s nice to see manufacturers trying to step out of the usual colors more often. There’s enough rumors and leaks: odds are a blue HTC One is coming. Will you be getting one?

[mobile01, Weibo]

Edgar Cervantes

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  1. Blue HTC One. Sitting on an upgrade. Going to be hard not using it when I see this baby.

  2. Hmm.. not a fan of the blue color… But I’m sure others will find this attractive to them.

  3. I really do want to love the HTC one, but boom sound seems a bit underwhelming (only feature I really cared about) and I can’t stand HTC sense. If I ever buy this phone it would have to be the Google play edition.

    1. HTC Sense is the best Android overlay there is, better than that laggy Touchshiz

  4. Nope, I got my red One :-D And yes that means I have Sprint.

  5. a paint job to sell off the unsold inventory…

  6. I like my silver.. but the blue I bet I could go for as well.
    The One is an awesome phone.. but alas I have to pass.
    Already have the silver…. tempting as it is.

  7. I’m waiting for the Honami i1 or whatever name it is going by nowadays. Unless the HTC One comes out in gold… Oh wait… That would lead to a lawsuit from Apple… Nevermind…

    1. Really? Isnt that comment getting a little old and played out?

      1. ..


      1. I don’t have $2,500 to drop on a 24K gold phone. I was speaking of a more easily obtainable version that is comparable to the gold iPhone (rumored).

  8. No thanks I will stick to buying stickers for my phone I get bored of one color too quickly

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