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HTC leak teases an Android-powered fitness smartwatch – that we might never see

Following in the footsteps of fellow competitors Samsung, LG, Huawei and Motorola, it seems HTC is finally entering the Android Wear market with its own smartwatch – and now we have a better idea of what it might look like. A Weibo user has leaked a series of photos that purportedly show HTC’s upcoming Android-powered smartwatch, codenamed ‘Halfbeak’. As you can gather from the photos, the device sports a circular 360 x 360 pixel display and will also don the brand of popular fitness equipment manufacturer Under Armour.
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