HTC appears to be jumping on the Android Wear bandwagon as a concept render of its 'One Wear' smartwatch surfaces online.
HTC is entering the world of wearables with its so-called 'One Wear' smartwatch, which has showed its face in a leaked concept render.
Powered by Android Wear, pictures of the rumoured device surfaced online courtesy of tech tipster @evleaks who claims that the "Hardware is 100% faithful reproduction.”
The smartwatch appears to retain many of the metallic features of the successful HTC One M8 that was released earlier this year.
It has a metal strap and square front, rather than the rounded face that was rumoured like the one on the Moto 360.
Sources claim that concept render is based on a model already in the works at HTC.
The pictures show a split-screen user interface with three panes showing the date and time, weather, traffic and a Hangouts notification – all run on a HTC sense-themed version of Google's Android Wear OS.
So far that's about it, with no word yet on what features it will boast or when it's set to arrive.