HTC has also announced their first fitness tracker – HTC Grip. With the help of Under Armour Record app for iOS and Android, the wristband tries to bring you professional fitness experience.
HTC Grip is a GPS integrated fitness tracker that works with iOS 7 and Android 4.3 and higher, so you can individually use the smart wristband to capture distance, pace, and calories burned for running, cycling, and gym workouts, and sync tracking data to your smartphone when you get back, moreover, built-in Bluetooth technology allows it to connect with your smartphone in order that you can check call notifications, view and respond to messages or control your music playback, and it also supports other Bluetooth-enabled devices such as heart rate monitors, furthermore, HTC Grip also monitors and records your sleep activity and helps you develop healthy sleep patterns. Apart from that, IP57 rating allows you to use the fitness tracker underwater up to 1 meter for 30 minutes, contoured soft-touch band with a breathable material and a 1.8″ PMOLED curved display provide a comfortable wearing experience, and its 100mAh rechargeable battery offers 5 hours of tracking with GPS.
HTC Grip fitness tracker will be available for $199 this spring. If you like it, jump to HTC official site for more details.