HTC has been known for doing things differently. Earlier this year, the company announced the arrival of the GoPro-like device in the form of RE rugged camera - and they recently confirmed plans to jump into the highly covered wearable segment.
Although the M8 maker hasn't revealed any specific details, but promised something "very different from anything currently on the market." That simply means that HTC is not coming up with a regular touch enabled smart watch, just like the Apple Watch or Motorola's Moto 360.
While HTC has previously claimed to be working on a smartwatch, the company recently revealed its wearable devices had been delayed.
Well, it seems that HTC's futuristic wearable is not expected to be made available to users until Q1.
Whether it's called the HTC Watch, HTC One Watch or something else, we've yet to see the device in full action.
So, we've collected all the latest gossip we've heard right here. Here's everything we know so far about HTC's upcoming wearable device.
Back in February, HTC's Chairwomen Cher Wang told Bloomberg, confirming the arrival of a wearable device later this year.
"Many years ago we started looking at smartwatches and wearables, but we believe that we really have to solve the battery problems and the LCD light problems," Wang said in an interview. "These are customer-centric problems."
Again in March 2014, HTC CEO Peter Chou confirmed that the company will launch a wearable device "at an appropriate time," according to a report published in The China Post. He did not share any specific details.
In July this year, @Evleaks showed an artist's reproduction of the HTC One Wear. The device was claimed to run Google's Android Wear platform.
In October this year, HTC confirmed previous rumors that it had plans to launch a wearable device this year but then decided to postpone the launch until sometime in 2015.
HTC Americas head Jason Mackenzie told Re/code, "We had originally planned to have a wearable launch in this time frame. It ended up just not being ready." It also quoted Drew Bamford, the leader of the HTC Creative Labs team, as saying, "When we come to market with our product we want to make sure the product has a strong point of view and there is a really compelling reason to strap it on your wrist." He added, "We honestly don't think anyone has gotten it right."
Now reports suggest that HTC is keen on launching the device at CES 2015. However, the company's first wearable will be different from anything available onto market.