HTC and Under Armour Prepping a Connected Scale
HTC and Under Armour are collaborating on a scale, according to documents seen on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group web site. The Bluetooth SIG revealed a product named "UA Scale" with a description that reads "HTC and UA provide a Bluetooth scale to measure weight and body fat." The device has a Bluetooth 4.1 radio onboard, ostensibly so it can to connect to nearby smartphones and/or wearables. HTC announced a partnership with Under Armour earlier this year with the goal of introducing a range of connected fitness devices. A wearable, called the Grip, was expected to arrive before the end of 2015, but has been pushed out to 2016. Neither HTC nor Under Armour has said anything about the UA Scale.
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