Band 2 boasts a curved display, much like the Samsung Gear Fit — though the Band 2’s display seems to have a tighter curve. Microsoft has also added metallic trim to the Band’s bezel and finished both buttons the same way, giving it a substantial look. There’s still a bulge at one end of the strap for integrated sensors, though it’s cleaner-looking than the one on the first generation Band.
It’ll be interesting to see if Microsoft has any other plans for the new Band, like letting us use it as part of a two-step authentication system or integrating it with Xbox games. We won’t be waiting too much longer to find out.
They’ve already sent out press invites for a big event on October 4th, and we’ve been told that the focus will be on devices, and there’s a very good chance that we’ll see the Band 2 presented on stage — along with the Surface Pro 4 and Microsoft’s first two Lumia devices running Windows 10, the 950 and 950XL.
|Delivery Time||1 To 3 Days|
|Smart Watch Features||Bluetooth, GPS|