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Lenovo plans enter the market of health related smart devices.
Lately , Lenovo posted images of a new wearable smartband. The picture indicates that the company intends to release a new product soon.
It appears like the Chinese PC maker love to design innovative things. It has already launched a new Yoga laptop, built in projectors and several other groundbreaking things.
Lenovo has also released a special page for the upcoming “Smartband SW-B100”. In that page it unveils some significant details related to the new fitness tracker. It stated that the new smartband would be able to note the calories, heart rate, sleep durations, daily steps and numerous other fitness features.
Moreover, it will sync with smartphones to offer a wide variety of apps. It will offer support for Windows Phone, iOS and Android (4.3 and up) devices. It will also provide a few of the smartwatch apps such as text messages, calls and appointment alert.
The smartband will come in two different colors orange and blue. The most remarkable thing is that it would not ask users to enter the password manually in order to unlock the device.
Thus Far,the company has not listed the price and official release date of the new smartband.
The tech giant has not officially declared the arrival of Smartband. People are trying to judge the release of the device through the documentation process.
Recently, the upcoming item of Lenovo passed through the FCC (federal Communication Commission) filing.
Yang Yuanqing, the CEO of Lenovo has already announced that company is presently working on a few new wearable products in the month of January.