From late 2013, HTC has gave several hints that it is working on a fitness tracker but never said anything under lights, but today when companies like Huawei which announced its smartband and smartwatch, Acer also announced its wearable device, HTC too took the wrap off from its first ever wearable device, the HTC Grip which company has made in partnership with American sportswear maker Under Armour.
HTC Grip is too an cross platform supported device which can be used with Android KitKat or higher or with iOS 7 or higher. Details are rare at this time but what we know as of now is that it comes in three sizes, it is made up of soft plastic.
It got 1.8 inch PM-OLED black and white display screen with 32x160px resolution, if put on standby mode than it will show time and date, more information like weather can be accessed. It can set alarm and control music if connected with your smartphone.
This band can work it own and it has a built-in GPS receiver and its battery will last for 5 hours with active GPS, you can enhance its life by 2 and half days by turning GPS off. Even after GPS is turned off it can track your runs in terms of time and distance covered. HTC Grip is priced $199 and its launch date is not yet know.