HTC has surprised us all, and gone ahead with launch of its first wearable, which is not the Android Wear smartwatch, but a smart band instead. Company has partnered up with Under Armour for its first wearable, named HTC Grip.
The Grip features multi-sport mode, allowing you to track different types of activities. There’s a curved display, but the UI looks to be entirely in landscape.
Designed to seamlessly sync your training data with Under Armour Record. You will now have access to an interactive network that tracks progress and provides training advice. All directly from fitness experts. You can invite up to 20 friends to compete in customized fitness challenges
Simply put, Grip will train you as if you have a team of professional experts coaching you the entire time. And it is very
The wearable packs 5 set of sensors which involves activities like walking, running, cycling, assisting in the gym too. And yes, it is also compatible with both devices, including Android and iOS. The device will cost around $199. The Grip is IP57 certified, meaning it is dust and water resistant. Talking about the battery on the device, according to the company, the device would give atleast 2-3 days of battery,, but with GPS ON, you should expect it to reduce drastically to 5 hours.