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HTC Grip specs

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HTC and Under Armour at Mobile World Congress 2015 announced the HTC Grip fitness tracking wearable. It's a rubberized bracelet that connects to the UA Record app to help track, analyze and share your workout routine.

And these are the technical specs of the HTC Grip:

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10 hours ago

HTC and Under Armour team up for the Grip fitness tracker

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HTC Grip

We've patiently been awaiting the first wearable from smartphone (and tablet) manufacturer HTC. Today, we've got it, but perhaps not in the form you were expecting.

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10 hours ago

The HTC One series specs

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The HTC One is a storied line of smartphones. They're not the best selling, but they're arguably the best designed, and best engineered of the ever-growing Android stable. Here, now, is their lineage.

The HTC One M9 is the third member of the HTC one family, and unarguably the best. (Also being the newest version certainly aids in that title.) The phones have come a long way in two years, though obviously they've been in the works for far longer than that.

We've talked a bit in our hands-on preview about how each has built on the last. The physical differences between the M7, M8 and M9 are easy ways to show that. The M7 borrowed from the likes of the Droid DNA and the Windows Phone HTC One 8X. The leap from M8 to M9 is much more subtle on the physical side, but nonetheless important on the inside.

Here, now, is a look at how the basic specs of the three phones have grown over the past few years.

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10 hours ago

HTC One M9 specs

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Behold, the HTC One M9. And the HTC One M9 specs. A lot of this should look familiar, as the phone is fairly iterative over 2014's HTC One M9. But that's not to say there aren't some exciting new things under the hood. All new chipset. New camera tech. And a number of other bells and whistles.

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10 hours ago

HTC and Valve team up for the Vive virtual reality system

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Designed by HTC. Powered by Valve. Meet the Vive, a new virtual reality system in development now and available for consumers by the end of 2015.

Take a world-class mobile device manufacturer and team it up with a world-class gaming software company and you (eventually) come up with what you see before you here today — the Vive virtual reality system. Designed by HTC and powered by the folks behind Steam, Vive will be available as a developer edition device this spring and is expecting a consumer release before the end of the year.

Crazy, we know. But crazy cool.

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10 hours ago

Hands-on with the HTC Grip

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HTC Grip

HTC's first wearable — and the beginning of its partnership with Under Armour — is a pretty predictable but nicely designed fitness tracker made for Android and iOS users.

Another fitness tracker. Another fitness band. You can't help but think that once or twice upon learning of the HTC Grip. And time — time putting feet to pavement, actually — will tell just how good a product Grip is. This is new territory for HTC, which is starting to expand from its usual world of smartphones and the occasional tablet.

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10 hours ago

What do you think of the new HTC One M9, Grip and Vive?

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And that's it, folks. HTC has announced the One M9, Grip and Vive!

Whatcha think? Sound off in the comments, and be sure to swing by our HTC forums!

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10 hours ago

HTC confirms Sense 7 is coming to the One M8

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While HTC should be busy showing off all the refinements that have been made to the new HTC One M9, the company paused briefly the let everyone know that their new software experience is headed to the previous generation as well. HTC One M8 owners can look forward to Sense 7 in all of its Lollipop glory headed to their devices in the not-so-distant future.

HTC has yet to offer a timeline for this update, but as always you can keep and eye on the software updates section on their website for updates.

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10 hours ago

HTC and Valve are doing VR with HTC Vive!

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HTC Vive

And completely unexpected, HTC has partnered up with Valve for the HTC Vive, a virtual-reality experience!

More in our liveblog!

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10 hours ago

This is the HTC Grip!

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HTC Grip

HTC and Under Armour just announced the HTC Grip, a fitness tracker for Android and iOS!

More in our HTC One Liveblog!.

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10 hours ago

This is the HTC One M9!

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HTC One M9

And there it is, folks. Live from Mobile World Congress.

More in our HTC One M9 liveblog!

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11 hours ago

MediaTek announces new octa-core processor for mid-range mobile devices

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MediaTek today unveiled a new octa-core processor at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The MT6753 is a new 1.5GHz 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor with support for WorldMode modem capability, designed for high performance tasks in mid-range hardware.

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11 hours ago

Hands-on with the Huawei MediaPad X2

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Huawei has today announced the MediaPad X2 as part of its MWC release, and it's either a giant phone or a small tablet, depending on your outlook. The successor to the MediaPad X1 has seen a bump in the internal hardware, with the big story being the Ultra-octa Kirin CPU. It's got full cellular capabilities, and if you look at it from the perspective of a tablet, it's impressive.

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12 hours ago

You'll be able to pick up LG's Watch Urbane from AT&T

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AT&T has announced that it will carry LG's all-metal Watch Urbane. Pricing or availability will be revealed at a later date, with the carrier only announcing that the smartwatch will be available both in-store and online.

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12 hours ago

HTC Mobile World Congress liveblog — 4 p.m. CET, 10 a.m. EST!

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HTC MWC

We're coming at you live this afternoon from HTC's press conference leading into Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. You might think you know what's coming up. You might think you have all the answers.

But trust us, you don't want to miss this.

The event kicks off at 4 p.m. CET — that's 10 a.m. in New York City and 7 a.m. out in California. And our liveblog shall commence forthwith!

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