Bloomberg reports that HTC will demo one of three upcoming wearable products next week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The reports say that the watch, which HTC will not show publicly in Barcelona, will be based on Qualcomm's Toq smartwatch and will use the company's Mirasol display.
The company is also said to have two more wearable devices in the pipeline, including an electronic bracelet the plays music and another smartwatch based around Google Now. Currently, no Google Now-based smartwatches exist and sources have told the Wall Street Journal that such a device could be "ready within months."
Earlier this month, HTC chairwoman Cher Wang said the company will release a wearable device by the end of 2014.