The Sony SmartWatch 2 was presented this morning by the Asian company in a journey that has given much of himself, as well as announcing this new generation of watches also unveiled the new Xperia Z Ultra.
The new watch is the next generation smartwatch with Android operating system which is also waterproof. This device can easily connect to your phone using NFC technology is a very simple one touch.
Thus, this multifunctional watch provides an interface for Android applications and can simultaneously perform as all in one remote control terminal and when not connected function as an independent clock.
Features of Sony SmartWatch 2
The features packed into this Sony SmartWatch 2 are first measures 41.6 x 41.1 x 9 mm and weighs 48.4 grams with silicone strap and 122.5 grams if using metal strap. The clock display is touch LCD transflective, which means perfectly suitable for viewing in both low-light environments such as extreme light-of 1.6 inches and a resolution of 220 x 176 pixels in full color. One thing to keep in mind is that it is the first Android watch with water resistant but not suitable for bathing or showering with it as it is only splash proof.
The Android version running the Sony SmartWatch 2 is the 4.0 and later. It also includes a battery whose duration varies between 5 and 6 days with a low level and using 3 to 4 days with regular use. The way is by connecting charging micro USB. Regarding the connectivity it includes Bluetooth 3.0 and NFC as discussed above.
As for the functions you can perform the SmartWatch, for call management that is laying can call, answer and reject calls and view missed calls and call log. They can also send SMS/MMS, e-mail consulting Gmail and Facebook application among other things, such as Runastic or music.
The Sony SmartWatch 2 is available in color black metallic with a strap of 24 mm, ie the standard size to combine with which you want, plus it will shortly interchangeable straps . The clock rate is not available yet but it is known that the date will reach markets worldwide, will be in September.