The HTC 10 smartphone is now available for preorder in the U.S. and several other regions. To complement the metallic design of the device, the Taiwanese tech giant is offering the flagship in three colors namely Carbon Grey, Glacier Silver and Topaz Gold.
However, Japan is apparently one of the countries to get the Camellia Red version of the HTC 10. Japanese telecom operator KDDI AU will reportedly be selling this variant exclusively in the country, at this point, GSM Arena noted.
Photos of the Camellia Red HTC 10 can be checked out from the prominent third-party vendor ePrice’s official website.
However, no official information is available to ascertain the possible availability of this Red variant in the U.S. But then, as we have seen in the past, most international variants are offered via third-party vendors like Expansys USA and e-retailers like eBay and Amazon, without warranty.
The regular HTC 10 will set the buyers back by $699 in the U.S. However, for a limited period of time, buyers can use an official promo code to get $100 off on the original price.
The HTC 10 has received warm reception from interested buyers and critics alike. Once this device visits benchmark testing sites, we’ll know how good the handset performs compared to its immediate competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S7, Xiaomi Mi 5 and LG G5. It is worth noting that all these flagships come powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset.