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HTC has breathed new life into its Touch Diamond handset, not by including faster 3G access or near limitless storage, but by shading the phone’s shell in all the colours of the rainbow.

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HTC's Touch Diamond, in new colours

The brightly coloured range has shown-up on a French retailer’s website, where it’s offering the device in six new colours: blue, chocolate, pink, yellow, purple and red.

It’s not surprising to see HTC expand the Touch Diamond range with a selection of new colours, because the manufacturer has already re-released the phone in a white body. This brings the total number of shades that the Diamond’s available in to eight, if you include the original black body.

A UK release date or price hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the French online retailer is currently selling the colourful Diamond range for €439 (£340/$595) a piece.

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