We recently heard that the new Microsoft Smartwatch could launch some time within the next few weeks, and now more evidence that the device is about to launch has been discovered.
A new Microsoft ‘mobile wireless devices’ has been spotted at the FCC, although the only radio the device features is a Bluetooth LE radio, this means that the device, which has the model number 1619 is not a smartphone, and it is most likely their new smartwatch.
Microsoft are said to be focusing heavily on sports and fitness tracking with their new Microsoft Smartwatch, and it looks like the company intends to launch more than one version of the device.
Also spotted at the FCC filing were details that there will be small, medium and large version of this new device, although the FCC only tested the large size device, the differences between the three devices is just the size, they all come with the same functions.
We are looking forward to seeing what Microsoft has come up with for their new Microsoft SmartWatch, the device is expected to be compatible with Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android OS as well as Microsoft’s own Windows Phone OS.
As soon as we get some more details about this new smartwatch from Microsoft, including some actual photos of the device, we will let you guys know.
Source FCC, Windows Phone Daily
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