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Looks like, besides Samsung and Sony, the Finnish giant is also believed to be preparing an iWatch killer to debut in the market soon. To confirm the floating rumors, recently, the alleged images of Nokia made smartwatch have surfaced online, courtesy a Chinese social networking site.
This is for the first time we've seen a physical proof of what is believed to be the supposed "Lumia smartwatch," said the report. The device appears to be made of thick material with black coating. But at the same time, analysts believe; the design does not match up to Nokia's standard.
Reports are also claiming that these two images aren't anything go by. Of course, it's a smartwatch, but whether Nokia is currently making one, is hard to believe. It was earlier said that Nokia had plans to announce some sort of wearable gadget. On the other hand, Microsoft is also rumored to be working on a smart watch.
A good look at the leaked images shows that the holes in the device (top and bottom) prove that users are free to change the wristbands. Moreover, you can see "Nokia" logo painted on the top edge of the device. But there is no evidence to support that this particular watch belongs to Nokia. There are more chances that these images have no real significance. But this could be a prototype or a design rejected by Nokia. Who knows?
October 22, is not far away and if Nokia is planning to announce a smart watch, GizBot would be the first one to reveal the truth. Besides, there are a lot of questions need to be answered. Nokia being a trusted partner of Microsoft will most likely bring Windows 8 powered smartwatch. As of now, there is no smartwatch available that is powered by Windows mobile OS, but who knows, this might be the one. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates.