During the last couple of months, a large number of prominent tech companies have decided to step in the smartwatch market. One of these is HTC, which has been rumoured to be contemplating with the idea of releasing a wearable device for a while.
According to recent reports, it seems like HTC fans from all around the world will soon get to see the one Watch. There isn’t much information about the possible features and design of the device, but rumours point out that it’ll feature a circular display. Together with this, it’s also quite safe to assume that the watch runs Android Wear, and that it’ll have a 360 X 360 resolution.
The One Watch, which is codenamed Halfbeak, will likely be announced at the Mobile World Congress in 2016, between February 22 and February 25. There’s also no information regarding the possible pricing structure, but you should expect the One Watch to have a similar price to other Android Wear devices, such as the LG G Watch, Gear S2, or Moto 360.
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