Sony has a lot on its plate at the moment. From the brand new Xperia Z3 to the new Z3 Compact, the company is releasing handsets and related tech left and right. And the next big release we are waiting for is the upcoming Sony SmartWatch.
At Sony's Xperia event on Thursday, the company revealed that it is currently planning to release the Android Wear-powered SmartWatch 3 alongside the SmartBand Talk in December in the country. And December is not that far off.
But before the final release of this brand new smartwatch from Sony, it is interesting to note the features that will stand out from the others for the wearable. Here's a look at the top 5 among them.
Even without a smartphone, the SmartWatch 3 SWR50 is a fun and useful accessory. Users could fill it with data such as music to take with you if you're going out. When you're out, you can track your activity and movements as well as sync with your Lifelog when you come home.
While the new Sony SmartWatch is anyway a treat, it gets even better with the incorporation of Android Wear. Contextually aware and smart, Android Wear gives you useful information at a glance and responds to your voice. But you already know that.
This smartphone watch has been designed to perform and impress, while also delivering a groundbreaking combination of technology and style. Downloadable apps will let you customize your SmartWatch 3 SWR50 and how you use it.
Sony is making sure you always stay connected. You could control your media in just one touch and get real-time notifications from your favorite apps - great for when your smartphone's in your bag. You can even leave you handset at home knowing that the watch will cover for it.
Sony wants you to "embark on a journey of self-discovery with the Lifelog app." You could set daily goals, bookmark memorable moments and relive forgotten memories. Explore your activities in depth with our ever-evolving range of innovative life-logging features.