The devices were made in partnerships with HTC and HARMAN; one of them, UA HealthBox includes a wrist-worn device, a smart scale and a heart rate monitor.
According to some documents posted on Bluetooth.org, we may see the UA Scale launching at some point in the future, perhaps at the upcoming CES in Las Vegas.
The Taiwanese company has decided to once again postpone the launch of its wearable device, the HTC Grip; we may get a series of devices, instead.
Instead, the Taiwanese company will launch an entire portfolio of activity and sleep trackers later this year.
The water-proof device is designed to support even the most extreme training regimes; it has a curved 1.8-inch PMOLED display to deliver timely notifications.
The Taiwanese handset maker will be designing a series of products to sing along UA Record, the newest addition to Under Armour Connected Fitness network.
The spokesperson said that the new wearable will be "very different" from anything currently on the market, leaving us pondering for more information...
While HTC has scrapped its smart watch plans, Huawei is gearing towards launching its very first such device at some point next year.