Another new report recommends that Microsoft is outfitting to release a smartwatch or fitness band wearable device in the upcoming weeks. The wearable will accompany a heart rate sensor and is portrayed to work across multiple operating system, implying that it won’t be attached to Windows or Windows Phone if genuine. The uplifting news is that not at all like other smartwatches today, the Microsoft-made smartwatch is portrayed to get two days of battery life.
The most recent news of a Microsoft wearable drops by way for Forbes, which is referring to “sources close to the project.” At this point, Microsoft has not reported nor remarked on bits of gossip, and the Forbes report is in line with prior gossipy tidbits we’ve listened, proposing an October entry date.
In case that Microsoft has the capacity to release its wearable and convey it by the Christmas season, it would beat’s Apple Watch, which won’t land on customers’ wrists until ahead of schedule 2015.