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New HTC One M8 colours to include blue, pink and red

HTC is reportedly working on a trio of new HTC One M8 colours, with blue, pink and red models being tipped for launch.

With the flagship Galaxy S5 rival currently available in gunmetal grey, silver and gold hues, it has been suggested that the Taiwanese manufacturer is to be three new HTC One M8 colours to market in order to offer potential consumers more choice.

While we have already seen leaked images of a red HTC One M8 handset, there has currently be no sighting of pink or blue toned models.

Although HTC has yet to offer any official comment on new M8 colours, serial tech tipster @evleaks has teased the refreshed models.

The Twitter-based insider stated: “HTC One M8 will add three colours to the palette: red, blue and pink.”

There is currently no word on when the three new hues will be available to consumers.

Aside from their new shades, the three M8 colours are not expected to differ in any way from their standard counterparts.

The HTC One M8 packs a 5-inch, 1080p Full HD display alongside a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM and Google’s latest Android 4.4 KitKat OS skinned with the Sense 6 UI.

Further HTC One M8 features include a dual lens, 4-UltraPixel rear-mounted camera and 16GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD.

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