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HTC Reportedly Plans to Launch Android Smartwatch with Camera Next Year

Oct 22 2013, 3:58am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

HTC Working on Android Smartwatch with Camera for 2014
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HTC is currently working on its Android smartwatch which will come equipped with a camera to boot. This smartwatch will be arriving on the scene in the second half of 2014.

A smart watch is in the pipeline for HTC. It will sport a camera and run Android too. But as far as the cost price and operational features are concerned, they haven’t been divulged yet. It is slated to come out in 2014. Other companies such as Sony and Samsung have beat HTC by coming out with Android smart watches. Meanwhile, Apple too has the selfsame product in the works. 

The senior heads of HTC have expressed their confidence in wearable technology. They think this sector of the market is crucial for HTC’s progress and prosperity. Samsung too came up with its Galaxy Gear smart watch the previous month. It came with voice control and a 1.9 megapixel camera. 


As a survivor, HTC has faced some tough times. Once it was on top of the world. But now it is not even half the company it used to be. Bad karma has afflicted the organization. That is why HTC has decided to pin its hopes on this smart watch. 

It is touted as a savior technology that will take it from the depths of despair to the heights of success. The smart watch is not just a small-time widget of sorts. It is to be the next big thing on the scene. And although its time is yet to come, when it does, it will bury the competition. 

Source: Bloomberg

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