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HTC Grip launch delayed, fitness band now expected by end of year

The Grip was supposed to sell at $199, but was not supposed to be sold in India.

By: Tech Desk | Updated: July 18, 2015 11:16:09 am
HTC Grip, HTC Grip delayed, HTC Corporation, HTC Grip india, HTC Grip price, HTC Grip specs, HTC Grip first impressions video, fitness bands, wearables, HTC Grip activity tracker, technology news The HTC Grip is a smartband meant for people who are looking ahead of a basic band and are serious about tracking their workouts.

HTC has announced that it would be delaying the launch of the Grip, announced at the MWC in Barcelona, until later this year.

According to the Verge, the company said in its official statement that after extensive wear testing and user feedback they have decided to align Grip with the entire product portfolio for health and fitness launching later this year.

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The company also said that this will be a state-of-the-art comprehensive portfolio of products for this category powered by Under Armour RECORD.

Earlier this year, HTC announced the Grip as a smartband meant for people who are  looking ahead of a basic band and are serious  about tracking their workouts. In other words, the HTC Grip was to try and plug the space being vacated by Nike’s Fuel band. As HTC’s Jeff Gattis told it was designed for athletes and meant for people who are committed about  tracking their workouts. They clearly don’t want to compete with the large basic, also-ran, band segment.

The Grip was supposed to sell at $199, but was not supposed to be sold in India.

Specs: 1.8- inch   32x160p PMOLED mono flexible display with capacitive  touch | RTOS platform | STM32L151QDH6 processor |  16MB Flash memory with 8MB SRAM | 100 mAh rechargeable battery |  Hub (STM32F411), G-sensor, Gyro, Compass, GPS, Light sensor | Bluetooth  4.0  | USB charging cable | vibration notifications | IP57    Dust & water resistant | shock resistant

Pictures: Check out the HTC Grip

First impression video of HTC Grip:

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