The Gold coloured HTC, which was recently launched in the EMEA (Europe, Middle-East & Africa) region, has just reached Asia. HTC has silently released the Amber Gold HTC One in Taiwan and it is now selling for NT$19,990 (USD 667, INR 41,350).
This is not all, HTC has also launched an Amber Gold HTC One Max in the country, making Taiwan the first market to get this new colour of One Max. It is being sold at NT$23,900 (USD 998, INR 61,849).
There is no word on when both these colour variants will be released in other Asian markets including India.
HTC might consider new chipset suppliers for budget 4G phones
In related news, HTC’s head of China and North Asia Jack Tong has stated that the company is will consider diversifying its chipset suppliers to make cheaper 4G LTE smartphones, however it is not looking to do the same right now.
“Globally, 4G phones are expected to roll out in phases, beginning with high-end products, when mid-tier or budget 4G phones actually hit the market, we will certainly evaluate the situation, because HTC has always focused on technology development,” Tong said at a press event.