The unique Blue colored HTC One flagship smartphone is now available in UK and the blue colored HTC One Mini is also going to be available soon. So if you have been planning to get your hands on any of the HTC One series smartphones (HTC One or HTC One Mini), then you have a new color option to choose from. But before you head out to your favorite store to check out this new color, you should know that the Blue color option has been kept exclusive to certain retailers. Hence in order to take a look at the HTC One in this new color, and for all other details about the offer, you will have to go to Carphone Warehouse, the UK retailer that exclusively offers this new color option. The retailer has already started selling the HTC flagship device and is soon also going to start offering the HTC One Mini later this month. So if its the HTC One that you want, you can check it out right away, but if you are planning to get your hands on the HTC One Mini, then just wait for a few more days. By the way, there are a lot of options available to consumers interested in buying the flagship device. In order to help you understand all the options, we have them listed out for you in a systematic way. So check it out. HTC One pricing details (CONFIRMED) On Contract for 32 Carephone Warehouse is offering the HTC One on contract for a price of 32. You are also free to choose between EE, Vodafone, Orange, O2, Three, T-Mobile and Talkmobile. By the way, this is the same cost at which the Silver and Black color options are available.
The sophomore from Prattville, Ala., led the Wildcats to 21 fourth-quarter points as UK made things exciting before falling 35-28. So, in a season in which UK seems destined for a quarterbacking muddle, Whitlow made it through exactly two series Saturday night against No. 1 Alabama before he was knocked from the game with an ankle injury. Looking every bit like a team capable of making a big run at a fourth BCS championship in the past five years, Alabama (6-0, 3-0 SEC) pulverized Kentucky (1-5, 0-3) 48-7 before a Commonwealth Stadium crowd of 69,873. The game actually was not as close as the final score. Bama outgained UK a devastating 668-170. Nick Saban’s Tide ran a whopping 80 plays. Exactly one of them went for negative yardage. Perhaps most distressing for UK, the injury to Whitlow’s left ankle thrust the Kentucky quarterback situation back into uncertainty. ESPN2 reported during the game he would be out for a least two weeks. Kentucky’s next game is 12 days away, Oct. 24 at Mississippi State. “I think the X-rays were negative,” UK offensive coordinator Brown said. “I saw the video of the replay, (Whitlow’s ankle) got tangled up under him pretty good.” With Whitlow out, Maxwell Smith was thrust into full-time action against perhaps the best defense in the country. Coming into the game, the Kentucky offensive plan of attack had been built around the mobile Whitlow’s ability to make plays with his feet.
Alabama leads UK 41-7 in the fourth quarter
The drive went 66 yards on 12 plays, ending in a 25-yard field goal by senior Cade Foster. UK couldnt respond on the following drive and punted for the fourth time in as many drives. After a 30-yard punt return by junior Christion Jones, McCarron threw a 42-yard pass to senior wideout Kevin Norwood to put Alabama on the UK one-yard line. Sophomore running back Kenyon Drake ran it in on the next play, giving Alabama a 10-0 lead. Saban said he was pleased with the way his skill players are performing. We moved (the ball) right down the field and fumbled the ball, but Im pleased with the way our skill guys are playing, Saban said. I think they have a lot of confidence in (McCarron) and I think he has a lot of confidence in them. Yeldon ran in a 24-yard touchdown on the next Alabama possession. The 12-play scoring drive lasted 5:11 and went for 88 yards. A three-and-out resulted in UKs sixth punt in six drives. Alabama capitalized once again, driving 70 yards on six plays. Drake ran in his second one-yard touchdown to put Alabama up 24-0. At halftime, Alabama led UK in total offense, 372 to 62. UK ran 24 plays to Alabamas 49. UK continued to struggle in the second half. Alabama continued to capitalize.