Are you excited about HTC’s upcoming flagship phone – the One M9? Well, you have got one more reason to feel happy as the Taiwanese firm will reportedly launch its first fitness-centric wearable along with the much anticipated handset.

According to sources, the speculated wearable may not be a high-end smartwatch but a fitness tracking band that might give competition to Fitbit and Samsung’s Gear Fit.

Not long ago, HTC had announced its partnership with Under Armour and plans to sync its upcoming fitness trackers with the company’s UA Record platform. According to Bloomberg, the first wearable will be unveiled along with the One M9 on March 1. The report further revealed that the One M9 will feature an improved 20-megapixel primary camera and an UltraPixel front-facing selfie camera.

The device might look like the One M8, but it will run on a powerful Snapdragon 810 chipset and feature BoomSound and Dolby audio. It is most likely to run Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of the-box with HTC’s new Sense 7 user interface on top of it.

Source: Bloomberg

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