Microsoft Plans To Launch A Wearable Device
It is company’s first foray into a new device category under CEO Satya Nadella.
Microsoft is getting ready to launch a wearable device within the next few weeks. According to sources, it can be sync with all type of smartphones across different platforms too.
Microsoft is working on a smart watch which would sync with iPhones, Android devices and Windows Phones.
This Smart Watch by Microsoft can be put ahead of Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smart watch and Moto 360 which both need to be charged around once a day, as said by the sources it has to charged once in two days. The wearable will hit stores soon after launch.
This smart watch won’t just tie in with Windows Phone devices, but will also work with both iPhones and Android smartphones.
A cross-platform smart watch would represent another bold move by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella to create a product that works across other rival platforms, not just Windows. Like Microsoft Office products that worked, for the first time, on Apple’s iPad.
Microsoft’s software and services need to be available on “all devices,” Nadella also said at a conference earlier this week. “It’s time for us to build the next big thing.”
Complete info about it has to be official announced by Microsoft, and will be back with complete specs as soon it arrives.
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