Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Sony SmartWatch 2 goes official with Higher Resolution and Water Resistivity

Sony has introduced major upgrade to its wearable Tech device with the announcement of its SmartWatch 2. Similar to last SmartWatch it is an android powered device and features 1.6 inch touchscreen display with 220 x 176 pixels resolution which is higher than earlier model. SmartWatch 2 is built up of aluminum body and has a stainless steel wristband. 

Sony has also added Water resistivity feature (IP57) derived from Xperia Z. Device is capable of answer calls, read email and texts, snap photos, controlling presentations, music playback, adjusting volume and running mapping and fitness apps, as well as Twitter and Facebook notifications. It also features Bluetooth and NFC for connectivity and can be paired with any device running Android 4.0 or higher. 

The company says it has “over 200 unique apps” for the SmartWatch that have been downloaded over 1 million times to date. Sony is also welcoming developers to create new apps for its SmartWatch devices via its Open SmartWatch initiative. Well, there's no official word about pricing. The global release is expected to be in this September. 


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