With smart watches being the next cool thing, it is just normal for OEMs to be a part of the game. It’s no longer just Pebble, but other notable manufacturers, like Samsung, for instance, offer their takes on wearables. Apple is expected to bring a smartwatch, and we’ve also been hearing rumors of an HTC device that will be more than “just a gimmick”; sadly, it has missed the MWC show floor.

According to recent reports, the Taiwanese manufacturer does indeed have a smartwatch, tentatively called the HTC One Wear. Late August/early September is what the report claims as a possible announcement timeframe, which could mean we might see this device on the IFA show floor. The report claims that there has actually been a sighting of the HTC One Wear, and that it is round, like the Moto 360. Build options will allegedly include polycarbonate and metal.

Source: TKTechNews

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