Nokia may continue to make some devices after the deal with Microsoft closed. It will stop designing phones but it could easily turn its attention to wearables. Yup, a Nokia smart watch may be released after all, or that at least is what WPCentral’s Daniel Rubino is suggesting. According to him, we won’t be seeing this device at Microsoft’s BUILD conference and will rather have to wait for another few months to get it.
We are not sure what this watch will be all about, but chances are it will connect to Windows Phone (and other) devices, tuning into Microsoft’s upcoming notification center that will debut with Windows Phone 8.1. In addition, it’s likely the Finns will also integrate some fitness tracking capabilities to allow users to track their steps, sleep and more. Perhaps the watch will also act like a Bluetooth headset as we’ve seen with few models, perhaps not.
Many of the question we have will remain unanswered for now. We’ll be on the lookout for additional news / rumors and get back to you as soon as we have something new to add. Stay tuned in the meantime, k?
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