For those waiting for the device, there's some good news. No, there's still no clarity on the launch time-frame, but the watch - which, according to HTC CEO Cher Wang, "will turn the industry on its head" - has leaked in some live images, at-least giving an idea how it looks like.
Following are some more leaked photos:
The Under Armour logo on the back confirms that the wearable device will feature integration with the US-based company's fitness service. The watch features a heart rate sensor as well.
Specs-wise, from what we've heard so far, the Halfbeak is an Android Wear-powered device with 360x360px display.
Who does all that your talking about ? You can't say Samsung
HTC don't even make and design their own SoC, glass, battery or OS. How head turning can it be.
Think a watch has a lot more innovation than cellphones to come now. And that's what HTC do well. And HTC Sense always done well. They could easy bring new things to the table.