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HTC One Mini designed keeping David Koma in mind

HTC has collaborated with David Koma who is a rising British Fashion Designer whose clothes are worn by the likes of Rihanna and Beyonce to launch a new special-edition HTC One Mini featuring two of his designs on the back of the Android smartphone. Internal specifications in terms of hardware and software will be intact as per any other HTC One Mini.

HTC One Mini ( David Koma - Special Edition )
HTC One Mini ( David Koma – Special Edition )

Here is the main catch that the new special-edition HTC One Mini smartphone is so special that only 10 devices will be made. In terms of design and quality , the art/design which has been inspired by the idea of “change” will be up for grabs via a Twitter competition that runs until the end of September 2013. In case you would like to be in a win , win , win situation , you would have to submit your own artwork of any material or form you decide and choose which is inspired by Koma’s designs and final winners will be chosen by Koma himself.

David Koma says ;

The designs I have created for this special edition of the HTC One mini mirror the transition in style from my previous season’s collection to my upcoming one which will be presented during London Fashion Week.

In addition to the HTC One Mini , a grand prize of a print of the original artwork which will be officially signed by David Koma will be awarded to one overall winner at the venue as per source.

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