The Kairos startup has been turning heads due to its unique and rather ambitious designs. The company's smartwatch fuses together traditional mechanical functionality we've all come to know and love from a standard watch with a transparent display layered on top. The website only mentions support for Android and iOS, but due to overwhelming demand, the Kairos team have added Windows Phone 8.1 to its supported list.
While not listed on the website, Mobility Minded got in touch with Kairos and received a response noting plans to cover Microsoft's mobile platform. The watches are currently available for pre-order and now Windows Phone owners can get in on the action since Windows Phone will be supported by the OS. Pricing starts at $499 and are early bird special deals (ending July 1st).
It's a huge move for Windows Phone, especially if this smartwatch becomes reality (which we surely hope it will!). What are your thoughts on the watch concept?
Source: Mobility Minded
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