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HTC Android Wear smartwatch breaks cover in leaked pics

Under Amour-branded device shown on Chinese social network. HTC has been signed up as an Android Wear partner since the early days of the platform, but so far we've seen no related hardware from the Taiwanese firm. Now we're getting a look at what may be an early HTC smartwatch prototype, co-branded with Under Armour. The images spotted on Chinese social network Weibo (via Engadget) show a chunky, sporty design with a rubber strap, and heart rate sensors and charging pins behind the face.
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