HTC rumoured to be working on a smartwatch called One Wear with circular design
HTC has been stating every now and then about how wearables are the next big thing in the field of technology and how it plans on working on them too in future. The company has plans of launching a smartwatch to start the proceedings of doing so. It looks like HTC has readied a prototype of the same and has started showing the demo units of the smartwatch in Taiwan which is its home turf.
Courtesy of the good folks back at TK Tech News, we now have some more information about the first smartwatch from HTC. It will be called the HTC One Wear and will run on Android Wear by Google. It will be launched in late August or early September in all likelihood. It is believed to come with a rounded off design like the Moto 360 and will feature a similar design philosophy.
The rumoured HTC One Wear smartwatch will be launched in two build quality materials with similar internals. One will be a metal unit and the other one will be a Polycarbonate unit. Samsung also has two variants of its smartwatch which are namely the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo.
HTC was mentioned as one of the partners of Android Wear and while Motorola and LG have announced their counterparts, Samsung and HTC are yet to make an official announcement regarding their smartwatches running on Android Wear.