Even with the All New HTC One hogging most of the spotlight, the Taiwanese company has other projects its working on. The all new Nexus tablet aside, the company is working on moving its way into the wearables market. Right now, it’s rumored that the company is working on three different smartwatches, with one of them possibly being shown off next week at MWC. However, the kicker is that the only folks that get to see the watch next week are those from various mobile carriers.
A prototype, based on Qualcomm’s Toq smartwatch, will be shown to various carriers. Besides that, HTC is working on both a music playing bracelet and a smartwatch that puts Google Now at the forefront. The company hopes to get one of these out by Christmas this year, but looks to having issues with the battery and display. The first smartwatch will feature a Qualcomm’s Mirasol display and have bluetooth functionality as well as a music player. The Google Now inspired watch will come with an AMOLED screen.
As far as information goes, that’s about all we have. HTC hopes that by entering the wearables market, it will turn around its financial losses around. Time will tell on that one.