To revolutionize the gadget market, Sony brings you all new “SmartWatch 2″, the world’s first water-resistant smartwatch with NFC connectivity which slated to launch worldwide this Sept. 2013 priced £159.99($150).
Sony SmartWatch 2 is your ideal smartwatch partner with Android smartphone or tablet looks like it’s predecessor “smartwatch” which comes with High quality materials (aluminium body and stainless steel wristband) offers you a bigger transflective LCD panel with a high resolution of 220×176 pixels offers you power button just like normal watch gives you the longest battery life for a smartwatch* (battery level indicator shows low battery warning) and Standard micro USB cable for charging. It’s dust and water resistance (IP57) a great pair with the Xperia Z and Xperia Z1 supports Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC support for easy sharing.
- 1.6-inch LCD screen with a 220×176-pixel resolution, giving it a pixel density of 176PPI
- Around 400 apps
- dust and water resistance (IP57)
- Supports Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC
- Screen brightness (sunlight readable)
- Longest battery life for a smartwatch* (battery level indicator shows low battery warning)
- High quality materials (aluminium body and stainless steel wristband)
- Standalone watch functionality
- Standard micro USB cable for charging
- Extended compatibility (works with most Android phones)
- Swappable wristbands – personalise with any standard 24mm strap
- Handle your calls by a simple touch of your wrist
- Take a photo remotely from your SmartWatch, using a smart camera app
- Control your presentations remotely using Presentation Pal
- Taking a run or on the bike? Select a mapping app on SmartWatch to check your route with a quick glance at your wrist
- Read previously downloaded e-mails when not connected to your phone
- Use lifestyle apps like Runtastic to map and instantly track your fitness activities on the go
- Rival Samsung Galaxy Gear
- Release date Sept. 2013
- Price £159.99(Sony Press Release)
At last I would like to say that new Sony SmartWatch 2 is the best friend of your Android device. What you think? Please be open to give your view.