HTC Vive
A pair of HTC's Vive Virtual Reality (VR) goggles, is seen during annual Computex computer exhibition in Taipei, June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

HTC Taiwan Wednesday posted a banner on its Facebook page, which says "spring is coming". Below the banner, the post said in Taiwanese, “HTC will give you unexpected surprise.”

Even as the company did not divulge any information about possible product launches, we are left to make smart guesses. While the simplest assumption would be the launch HTC 11, but considering the company launched the HTC U Ultra and U Play just in December, the probability of another phone launch is low.

This leaves two possible candidates — a Vive 2.0 VR headset or a Vive fitness tracker, both of which have surfaced in rumors previously.

Read: HTC Vive 2.0 Expected Features

The Vive 2.0 VR headset has a high probability of launching since the company’s yearly launch cycle is about to come to an end since the launch of the previous Vive headset, on April 5, 2016.

Not only that, HTC had confirmed to CNET during an event in Singapore in February that a Vive VR headset successor is in the works.

“We have a good plan in terms of combining mobility with VR. Vive is very top end, and in the coming months you’ll see our plans in terms of mobility and VR, and it’s not a phone slapped onto a headset,” HTC’s global sales President, Chia-lin Chang had said at the time.

The Vive 2.0 could have a wired mode of functioning and be connected via a USB-C cable, according to the Verge.

Another reason the company would be interested in launching a Vive successor could be that the Vive is HTC’s bestseller for 2016, with more than 100,000 headsets being sold before the year ended.

Read: HTC Vive Fitness Tracker Emerges In FCC Listing

A smaller possibility is that the company could be launching a Vive fitness tracker. A fitness tracker from the company did appear on a Federal Communications Commission listing in January. The listing showed a band with a circular display, two physical buttons on the right side and a rubber watch strap and a heart rate monitor placed at the back of the device.