It appears HTC’s flagship the HTC One, may get a black variant at some point in the future. That’s according to a product sales page on AT&T Wireless’ website.
The product page, which was found this morning by users at AndroidCentral, includes three complete body photos of the HTC One with 64 GB of onboard storage in its new color variant, Stealth Black. Currently the device is being listed as “Not available” in our area.
Read: HTC One Review
The HTC One currently only ships in gray in the U.S. as it takes its color from the single block of aluminum that’s used to make it. There’s no word on what a change in color could do to the device’s texture or manufacturing process. The page didn’t list any potential Black HTC One release date.
Shoppers who can’t wait for the Black HTC One to arrive on AT&T can import one for around $650 from Clove.co.uk, and use it on T-Mobile or AT&T.
A look over its specifications sheet noted no other differences from the HTC One that’s just started shipping to users on AT&T for $199.99 with 32GB of storage and $299 with 64GB of storage. Both of those prices require users to sign up for a two-year service agreement.
The HTC One is the follow up to last year’s HTC One X, and features the latest in software enhancements from HTC including the updated HTC Sense 5, HTC Blinkfeed for surfacing timely social networking updates and news directly to the user’s launch screen, and HTC Zoe for capturing both photos and videos simultaneously.
Imaging features include a front-facing 2.1 megapixel camera, and a rear-facing HTC UltraPixel camera designed to take pictures with a lens that has a smaller pixel count than other smartphones in its class but the same physical size sensor. According to HTC, the result is a photo with better lighting and more color contrast.
Internal features also include a 1.7 quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, NFC or near-field communications support, 2 GB of RAM and a 4.7 inch high-definition display with a resolution of 468 pixels per inch.
In GottaBeMobile’s HTC One review, Josh Smith found the device to be among the best Android devices he’d ever used despite the fact that it lacked some of the enhanced experiences of other flagship Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S4.
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