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HTC One 2014 or M8 is offered in 24 carat Gold, T-Mobile's CEO has got One!

Our social media friendly Chief Executive Officer in town, John Legere from T-Mobile has posted out an eye-catching tweet on his official Twitter account, this past Friday. From the tweet he unveiled and introduced the 'Goldfinger', the HTC's 2014 flagship handset coated in real 24 carat Gold.

The previous year, we saw the Taiwanese company doing exactly the same, with their 2013 front runner Android smartphone, the One in five Limited Edition 18 carat Gold variants, that debuted at United Kingdom's 18th Anniversary of Music Of Black Origin Awards. As of last year's, this year too the phone hasn't changed from it's internals, but will come in the new dress of the 24 carat Gold glazing from out. Well let us remember you folks, the HTC One 2014 also comes in an anodized Amber Gold color option, if you find affording this really minds your pockets.

"Just call me #goldfinger! Check out the 24kt #HTCOneM8 the peeps at @HTCUSA sent me! This thing is awesome! #HTCOneUp," said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile US, Inc. on Twitter.

Source: John Legere (Twitter)