Windows 10 runs on a lot of devices; computers, smartphones, Surface Hubs, Xbox gaming console, HoloLenses, and Raspberry Pis among others. Microsoft gave an attempt to bring it to your wrist with the Microsoft Band 3. Well, we know how the company fell face flat to the surface on that end!
Nonetheless, there is another third party OEM, TrekStor from Germany, who wants to bring you a Windows 10 powered smartwatch. This smartwatch is said to be capable of running Universal Windows Apps. It can also utilize Microsoft services like Azure and Microsoft Cognitive Services.
Although TrekStor remains tight-lipped on matters features, release date, and pricing of the smartwatch, Microsoft did spill the bean a bit on their blog post. Here it goes:
The smartwatch will feature a 1.54-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The device is also said to come with “plenty” of onboard storage, but no confirmations as to exactly how much.
The wearable is being said to have a battery life and processing power to match its expected line-of-business functions.” That said, you can conclude it is not for …read more
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