News: Wearable could mark the entrance of HTC in the IoT race for connected devices.
HTC could be the latest tech giant to join the wearables race by launching its first Android Wear smartwatch in February 2016.
The information was leaked by Evan Blass, freelance editor at Mashable. He wrote on Twitter: "HTC fans, you’ll finally have One watch to call your own come February."
The company has not yet revealed many details about the watch, with the market expecting it to be another device with a round design like the one adopted by Samsung, LG and Motorola.
The device’s price is estimated to be at around $350.
Earlier this year, the firm announced its first wearable, the HTP Grip fitness tracker, at the Mobile World Congress this year.
However, the $200 device has never been put out to the market with its release date being constantly postponed.