New HTC One and HTC Grip Smart Fitness Tracker Coming to AT&T


AT&T today announced that it will carry the HTC One® M9 and the HTC Grip in AT&T retail stores and on Pricing, availability and further details will be announced at a later date. AT&T currently offers the broadest selection of HTC devices for consumers.

HTC One M9 Features

The luxurious design of the HTC One M9 features a metal unibody and jewelry-grade finish for a distinct and elegant look and comes complete with a bright 5-inch full HD 1080p display. Capture amazing photos with the smartphone’s rear-facing 20 megapixel camera with a scratch resistant sapphire lens or the UltraPixel™ front-facing camera. It runs Android™ 5.0 Lollipop, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 810 Octa-core processor and a large battery. Check out the HTC One M9 Mobile Minute for a preview of the features.

HTC Grip Features

HTC Grip powered by UA Record® (Under Armour) is the ultimate tool for athletes to capture and analyze their workout data. It is a smart fitness band providing tracking across a range of sports and activities and captures data during workouts. The Grip includes several sports modes that help you tailor your workouts whether you want to focus on biking, weightlifting, running, hiking, or a variety of other activities. It also has a GPS antenna built in so that you can leave your phone at home when you go for a run and sync your devices later. Grip is compatible with Android 4.3+ and any iOS 7.0+ smartphones.

Supporting Quote

“The HTC One M9 is the latest in a family of smartphones renowned for its design. This is a premium smartphone in every possible way, and you will enjoy a top-of-the-line experience as you use it to watch videos, communicate with loved ones, and stay connected with work. Additionally, the Grip offers users a similarly high end experience while working out. It collects information about your daily workout so that you can monitor your progress and set new goals for yourself. Both of these devices were designed to enhance your daily routine.” – Jeff Bradley, senior vice president, Device Marketing and Developer Services, AT&T Mobility.