Nokia Could Be Planning A Comeback With New Wearable Device Soon

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Moonraker may be lifeless, however it appears Nokia’s wearable tech goals are nonetheless very a lot alive. Its structure says so.
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Although Microsoft buried Moonraker blueprints for a smartwatch, the thought of a Nokia smartwatch but attracts breath. Nokia’s board of administrators has proposed amendments to the corporate’s structure to incorporate language about smartwatches and different smart issues.

The board proposed modifications to Article 2 of Nokia’s Articles of Affiliation to raised outline what it means when it states its intent to “analysis, develop, manufacture, market, promote and ship merchandise, and software and providers” in numerous shopper and enterprise markets.

“These merchandise, software and providers relate to, amongst others, network infrastructure for telecommunication operators and different enterprises, the web of issues, human well being and properly-being, multi-media, huge knowledge and analytics, mobile units and shopper wearables and different electronics,” states Article 2.

Nokia is probably not essentially referring to smartwatches when itemizing “shopper wearables” among the many listing of merchandise its plans to analysis, develop and market. With “human well being and nicely-being” additionally two of its primary areas of focus, Nokia could also be planning a health band or sensors to be paired with smartbands and watches.

Nevertheless, Nokia’s plans for a smartwatch noticed the sunshine of day final summer time. That is when it was found that Microsoft had scrapped deliberate for a Nokia smartwatch with the codename Moonraker.

Moonraker was a Nokia design. However its consumer interface seemed like Nokia had taken a web page out of Microsoft’s playbook on Metro tiles, the design scheme that changed the beginning menu within the first version of Home windows 8.

Nokia allegedly provided Moonraker to potential consumers throughout Cellular World Congress 2014 and even had plans to launch the watch alongside the Lumia 930. However when Nokia bought the rights to its handset division, the destiny of Moonraker and the Lumia line have been positioned in Microsoft’s arms.

Microsoft both tabled or ditched the Moonraker design, opting to push its health band as its first entry into the marketplace for wearable tech. Microsoft does not look like considering smartwatches simply but both, as the corporate has been fielding preorders for the second era of its Microsoft Band and is seemingly beginning to fulfill these orders now.

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Source : Techtimes