Now you can get the HTC 10 in red and gold

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On Friday, HTC went live with two new colors for its 2016 flagship. Now you’re able to buy the HTC 10 in four different color options with the additions of Camellia Red and Topaz Gold.

Hit the break to see the new colors.

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Camellia Red

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Topaz Gold

As you can see in the images above, the only difference between the existing color options and these newbies is the rear’s color. The front pane’s are still black and white depending on which you choose.

The other two color options are Carbon Gray and Glacier Silver, which have been available since the phone launched in April. We already knew of Camellia Red and Topaz Gold at that time, but HTC wasn’t immediately offering them. The HTC 10 Camellia Red seemed to be an exclusive for KDDI in Japan while Topaz Gold was considered to be carrier-specific in the United States. Neither turned out to be true and now you can choose to get your new HTC 10 in four beautiful colors.

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Both the HTC 10 in Camellia Red and Topaz Gold are eligible for the promotion that takes $100 off of the phone’s $699 price and includes the option to save on select accessories.

Read the fine print before you buy the HTC 10 in either of the new colors, though, because the company says it won’t be shipping them until early October.

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