Rumors of HTC developing a smartwatch have been there since late 2013, but the company is yet to launch a device in that category. While at one point we were led to believe that the Taiwanese company has given up on the idea, a couple of rumors that have since followed have suggested otherwise.
Thankfully, the usually reliable leakster @evleaks has now shared some useful information on the matter.
HTC fans, you'll finally have One watch to call your own come February.— Evan Blass (@evleaks) December 3, 2015
As you can see in his tweet above, @evleaks has effectively confirmed that the Taiwanese company is indeed working on a smartwatch, saying that it will be launched in February next year (at MWC may be?). He also revealed the name of the wearable device: One.
If you aren't in the know, a recent rumor had suggested that the device is codenamed Halfbeak. The rumor also revealed that the Android Wear smartwatch would sport a round 360x360px display.
I think round shape for a smartwatch is perfect, because the users can take the edge to edge benefit and no hitting the corners. In a small screen, the corners should be cut out for more productivity unless you plan to use a stylus :D. Is it just bec...
Oh wonderful - yet another round smart watch. Just what we don't need. How incredibly suprising & innovative of you HTC - not. Did they fire their entire R&D team after the launch of the M7 or something? Where are they?
im love it even now still not see it