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Microsoft is Working on Colorful Aluminium Smartwatch

Microsoft is reportedly tested its new smartwatch prototype with removable aluminum wrist bands of different colors. It will work on its own 4G LTE connectivity with Windows 8 OS and Cloud storage.

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Microsoft is Working on Colorful Aluminium Smartwatch

Microsoft is Working on Colorful Aluminium Smartwatch

It is already speculated a lot that Microsoft is allegedly tested its smartwatch prototype. But now AmongTech reported that Microsoft smartwatch will come with removable wrist bands. These bands will come in six different coloring options. These colors include Black, White, Gray, Blue, Red and Yellow.
 
More details of the removable wrist device show that it will be made of almost transparent material. Oxynitride Aluminium is used for making wrist bands that is four times harder than glass and 80% transparent in nature. This smartwatch does not need to connect with a smartphone. In fact, it will have its own 4G LTE and 6GB internal memory to store data in Cloud storage. Push notifications and many other features are also included. It will have Windows 8 operating system in it. The product is set to release in 2014.

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