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Mobile World Congress 2018

HTC and Under Armour's new Grip fitness band feels sporty, and packs GPS

With a Nike Fuelband-like look, HTC's first wrist wearable is a smart fitness tracker that maps runs, connects with heart rate bands, and is aimed at serious athletes.
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HTC Grip

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It has GPS, but no built-in heart rate. And it arrives this spring for $199 in the US. How does it feel? We tried it on.

MSRP: $199.00

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