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HTC is reportedly working on a new GoPro-like waterproof camera that can be used to capture footage of extreme sports and other activities, according to Bloomberg. Such a device would be the company’s first camera that’s not permanently attached to a smartphone. Little is known about the unannounced gadget, however it’s said to feature a wide-angle lens, a 16-megapixel sensor and compatibility with both Android and iOS.

HTC’s “tube-shaped” camera will also be equipped with Bluetooth and WiFi capabilities that will allow it to connect with smartphones. Price and launch details remain unknown at this time, however it’s possible that the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer could debut its new camera,, along with a selfie-themed smartphone during a media event in New York on October 8th.

 

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