The HTC Grip has been announced at MWC 2015 and is the company’s first wearable product.
The HTC Grip focusses mainly on fitness and isn’t a smartwatch. The new wearable is more of a fitness tracker.
The HTC Grip has a 1.8 inch passive matrix OLED flexible display, 100mAh battery, and an IP certification for dust and water resistance.
HTC’s new wearable can last a user about two and a half days unless GPS is enabled. The GPS function is able to bring down battery life to about five hours.
The HTC Grip is a wearable that works with Android and iOs devices allowing users of both operating systems to use the device.
HTC’s wearable is coming to the market sometime this Spring. The HTC Grip looks like a great fitness tracker and could be a great way for the company to enter the smartwear universe.