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Microsoft focusing on fitness with rumored smartwatch

30
May
2014

The device will feature a heart rate monitor that works day and night and will work with Apple and Android smartphones as well as the companys own handsets. The publication claims that as well as offering round-the-clock heart-monitoring, and interoperability with its biggest competitors devices, the smartwatch should run for a whole two days between charges and that it could be launched as early as the summer. Although Forbes presents its story as an exclusive and describes the news as a surprising development, stories claiming that Microsoft is developing a smartwatch have been appearing in the media for over a year now. Back in April 2013 the Wall Street Journal reported that Microsoft was moving back into the smartwatch market and that the device was expected to boast a 1.5-inch touchscreen display.

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