Images of smartwatch surfaced on a Tumblr blog today and were spotted by @evleaks. The Tumblr blog belongs to a Microsoft employee but the images have since been deleted.
The Verge reports that the Moonraker never made it to market because Microsoft was focusing on its wearable Band.
While the Moonraker had a number of sensors to allow you to lift your arm to read texts or drop it to turn off the display, Microsoft opted for the Band as it had more functionality. Nokia took the familiar "Metro" interface from Windows Phone and paired it with simple email, phone, and messaging apps on its smartwatch. There was even a camera remote feature to take pictures on a smartphone from the watch. Facebook and MixRadio integration was also built-in, alongside customizable watch faces and different colored straps.
It's unlikely that the Moonraker will make it to market as Microsoft is now working on the second generation Band.
Take a look at some images of the smartwatch below...