Microsoft announced its first smartwatch earlier this week at the Mobile World Congress.
The device will launch with a price tag of $349.99 and will come with a Windows 10 Mobile device, Microsoft says.
“You’ll be able to customize the watch to suit your life,” Microsoft said.
The Microsoft watch will run Android and Windows 10.
There are some interesting specs.
Microsoft says it will have two main components in the watch: an optical sensor that senses light, and a camera that captures video.
The watch will be powered by a 2,000mAh battery, which will allow it to take pictures for up to two hours.
It’ll also be waterproof, which Microsoft says will last up to 30 minutes on a charge.
Microsoft also announced it will begin shipping its own smartwatch with a 3,000 mAh battery.