HTC has launched a new wearable device at Mobile World Congress, the HTC Grip which is designed for sports and fitness.
The HTC Grip comes with a 1.8 inch PMOLED display with a resolution of 32 x 160 pixels and it has 90 pixels per inch and it features a 100 mAh battery.
HTC, a global leader in innovation and design, today unveiled its first high-performance, smart fitness tracker, the GPS-enabled HTC Grip™. Powered by UA Record, the new health and fitness network from Under Armour designed for athletes and fitness enthusiasts, Grip fuses HTC’s renowned design with powerful, accurate tracking across a range of sports and activities, allowing athletes to set personal goals, then smash them. Compatible with Android and iOS devices1, as well as Bluetooth-enabled accessories like heart-rate monitors, Grip extends its functionality, providing additional performance data to the Under Armour Connected Fitness™ platform.
The device is designed to be waterproof and comes with an IP57 certification, and it features a range of sensors and it compatible with both iOS and Android devices.
The HTC Grip will retail for $199 when it launch in the spring, you can find out more details about HTC’s new wearable device at the link below.
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