This plant has been sold in Asia under the name ‘versicolor red and black’. At first I was very skeptical as to whether this could be a correct ID, but after seeing the flower, and seeing how (superficially) similar it is, at least, I am feeling less skeptical. It is a newer species to cultivation, whatever it is. It does resemble versicolor in the compact growth habit, but it grows its rhizome in more of a trailing way than other versicolor forms. The leaves maintain their beautiful color, getting darker with maturity. The new growth is a bright reddish-pink, as are the stems. The entire plant, leaves, abaxial leaf sides, and stems, is covered in an abundance of small hairs. While not a difficult species thus far, it does not readily take to leaf propagation.
Here, a more mature leaf,
The male flower,