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Might this be the canceled Microsoft Band 3?

To many, the Microsoft Band line of devices were actually pretty good, available on Windows Phone as well as iPhone and Android, making it a viable option for anyone with a smartphone. In the last couple of weeks however, the company decided to terminate any plans to continue releasing new Band devices, which means we won't be getting a Band 3. That doesn't mean they were not working on one, however.
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