According to a new report, HTC is looking to give a demonstration of its rumored smartwatch behind closed doors to prominent carriers of the world. This demonstration will reportedly take place during the MWC event next week with no access to outsiders.
We’re guessing HTC wants to gauge the carriers’ interest with its smartwatch before bringing it to the market, which is a very good call. The manufacturer is also reportedly working on a Google Now based smartwatch and a fitness oriented wrist band, which may or may not be showcased at the MWC. There are no additional details available at the moment, but we have heard earlier in the day that HTC’s smartwatch will be based off the Qualcomm Toq, which has been a moderate success since its launch in December.
The Mobile World Congress will kick off in just a few days from now, so we will know more about this smartwatch and any other devices that the Taiwanese manufacturer is looking to show off by then.