A new video has surfaced showing off Nokia's 'Moonraker' smartwatch, which was canceled when Microsoft acquired the company's devices and services division, in favor of Band.
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Nokia's canceled 'Moonraker' smartwatch has shown up in the real world lately. This is part two of our image gallery, showing what could have been if things with Microsoft turned out differently.
Photos have surfaced of 'Moonraker', the smartwatch that Nokia developed before Microsoft took over the company's devices and services business, ditching the Finnish wearable in favor of its own Band.
Images have revealed the design of 'Moonraker', a smartwatch developed by Nokia that came very close to launching last year, but which Microsoft killed off in favor of its own Band wearable device.
Noted Internet rumor source "evleaks" claimes to have a list of the codenames for many upcoming Nokia devices, which include names like "Superman" and "Moonraker".