We currently know that the successor to the HTC One will certainly be showing up rather late to the event on March 25th, yet with the Mobile Globe Congress just nearby, the Taiwanese outfit reportedly has a variety of wearable gizmos up its sleeve. The primary device, which the business will likely flaunt to providers as opposed to disclose publicly at MWC, is claimed to be based after Qualcomm’s Toq smartwatch, and with 2 further efforts – – featuring a Google Now smartwatch – – likewise in the offing, the similarity the Pebble and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear will certainly have some real competition.

Google Time Watch Concept (3)

Photo credit history: Google Smartwatch Concept by Adrian Maciburko

The foremost gadget will obviously use Qualcomm’s Mirasol show, and although there’ll be Bluetooth connection for possible relating to smartphones and tablets, it will apparently showcase its very own built-in music player.

We have actually heard of feasible smartwatches from the likes of Apple and Google, and viewed evidence of such products from Sony and Samsung, but this is the initial hint we’ve had of HTC joining the fray.

Along with the Toq-incarnate, the source of the record over at Bloomberg additionally recommends that two other such wearable gadgets will be launched in the near future. One will certainly take the form of an electronic bracelet efficient in playing music, while the second is assumed to be heavily based on Google Now.

The smartwatch competitors is plainly hotting up, and by the close of this year, we would have several substantial additions to this emerging market. Offered just how HTC took the mobile phone game by storm in 2012 with the launch of the One, the firm will be planning to make a similar influence on a level that has yet to to totally establish itself.


Pebble Steel smartwatch

Like Dropbox amid the spate of cloud solutions from Google, Microsoft, Apple et alia, you do feeling that the Pebble will certainly remain even with showing up from its depth versus the significant gamers, and with, as Samsung has quickly found out, smartphone success not essentially assuring swift smartwatch adoption, HTC will certainly need to thrill us with whatever it means on revealing.

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