HTC announces extremely limited HTC One M8 Phunk Studio Edition

HTC announces extremely limited HTC One M8 Phunk Studio Edition

HTC on Thursday announced a very limited edition of its HTC One M8 smartphone. Called the Phunk Studio Edition, it will be offered in a run of only 64 devices and launch on August 14 as part of a campaign. Phunk, a Singapore-based “contemporary art and design collective”, is slated to celebrate its 20th anniversary later this year. The limited HTC One M8 Phunk Edition is designed around the theme of “Wonderment” and draws inspiration from surroundings, culture and the society.

The design created for the HTC One (M8) gives a snapshot of our forthcoming exhibition, which is inspired by, and is an interpretation of, the world around us. It’s the first time anyone has been able to cast their eyes on what’s to come from our art and design collective, and we are excited to share our passion for cultural spirit, love, joy and magic.”

For details on how you can get your hands on the limited edition smartphone, check out the HTCXPHUNK website.

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