We've been waiting for too long for HTC's upcoming smartwatch to "turn the industry on its head", as the company's CEO once said. First it was tipped to arrive in February. That then turned into April, which came and went without an HTC smartwatch announcement.
So you may be wondering what's going on. Well, it turns out that the wearable's release has been pushed yet again - this time to early June.
According to famed leakster Evan Blass (also known as @evleaks), the watch will be out during the week that starts on June 6 and ends on June 12. Unfortunately no other details have been revealed at this time. Nothing about pricing, nor any specs. The only things that have been leaked so far are that the device will have a 360x360 round touchscreen and will run Android Wear.
It's not a kawasaki logo if you look closely it says tecord.
im intrigued with that Kawasaki logo on the opposite side.
HTC could possibly be testing the product first before releasing it to the market to ensure it is working as it should be. Unlike if you release products without testing it will result to a lot of issues/bugs experienced by the end user....