HTC has already announced to be working on wearable devices and seems to show the glimpse of its first smartwatch at the Mobile World Congress 2014, which will take place from February 24 to 27 in Barcelona, Spain.
In addition to that, two more wearable devices are in cards. One of which is characterized by Google Now.
According to Bloomberg, the Taiwanese manufacturer will exhibit its first smartwatch – based on the Mirasol technology – at MWC 2014, but only to telephone operators. So, there will be no public appearance at the time, however, HTC has plans to release the device later this year. It will include Bluetooth connectivity and a music player while other features haven’t disclosed yet.
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Besides Taiwanese Company is also developing yet another smartwatch with AMOLED screen, featuring Google Now, as well as a smart bracelet, which will play music and track activities dedicated to fitness. Reportedly latter both devices will be showcased to the public. Bloomberg also emphasizes the One maker hasn’t decided yet to introduce them all on the market.
The first wearable device from HTC is expected to arrive in stores around mid-2014, and will attend the smartwatch market for the first time, which has been becoming crowded day-by-day with new products.
In fact, Sony has already launched two smartwatches, and Samsung is about to present the second model of the Galaxy Gear during the annual Mobile World Congress next week. Moreover, other companies including Apple, LG and Google would also make its foray into the sector by the end of the year.
HTC has refused to comment on any product coming soon.