LG G2 next to join the gold smartphone craze -- report

A product listing on ePrice shows a gold G2 for sale, following similar options from Apple, Samsung, and HTC.

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Yet another company is offering a gold-colored smartphone, according to a sales listing on e-commerce site ePrice.

The online-shopping site on Tuesday published images of a gold-colored LG G2. According to Android Headlines, which was first to discover the listing, ePrice is selling a 16GB model for approximately $500, while the 32GB version goes for about $560.

LG hasn't announced plans for a gold-colored G2, but that the company has apparently made that move isn't all that surprising. After Apple showed off its champagne-colored iPhone 5S last year, several other companies joined the fray, including HTC and Samsung.

CNET has contacted LG for comment. We will update this story when we have more information.