Sony broadcasts the SmartWatch three with Android Put on
Sony’s been making smartwatches since earlier than they have been cool, and with the arrival of Android Put on, it was solely a matter of time earlier than they made one other. Enter the SmartWatch three, introduced at IFA at the moment, operating Google’s new platform particularly for wearables. The third member of the household comes with a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.6-inch display and Sony’s now trademark IP68 waterproofing. Different key options embrace 4GB of storage, 512MB of reminiscence, NFC help, GPS and a 420mAh battery (charged over micro-USB).
Sony has additionally made it clear that the SmartWatch three will make use of the incoming Android Put on options we just lately heard about (that make the watch extra helpful by itself). It is also promising “higher” battery life from that 420mAh cell — suggesting it’s going to be good for as much as two days of use, or 4 days on standby. In case you’re a believer in “third time fortunate,” then you’ll be able to decide one up for 230 euros beginning this fall.
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