Microsoft's canceled Nokia Moonraker smartwatch shown in hands-on video
We've been having news about the so-called Nokia Moonraker for quite some time now, even though the smartwatch hasn't been given the green light. The Moonraker is a smartwatch developed by Nokia and delayed by Microsoft right after the company bought the Finnish company's mobile division.
Several pictures of the canceled smartwatch emerged in the past. We even had the chance to take a look at a UI tutorial that surfaced online last summer, so some of you might already know what the Nokia Mooraker can actually do.
However, it appears that the Moonraker was more than just a canceled project, it was actually a real device that was only waiting for Nokia or Microsoft to give it the green light. Unfortunately, that didn't happened so we're left with the documentation and pictures that show us what it could have been.
Today, we've spotted a new leak related to the Nokia Moonraker, which actually shows the smartwatch in action. The video shows the wearable has features like missed calls, messages, Facebook and steps tracker.
The Moonraker features the swipe up/down type of navigation, so it's pretty much a standard UI that many smartwatches have embraced in the past. Check out the hands-on video and share your thoughts with us.