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Default HTC ‘One Wear’ smartwatch in the works,

The latest round of rumors concerning future HTC releases suggests the highly anticipated One M8 Prime smartphone is no more, while smartwatch development is in fairly advanced stages, with a One Wear piece possibly due by September. Although HTC hinted numerous times in the recent past it’s got its sights set on the booming wearable [...]

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